Category Archives: Non-timebased

Mood Board – Electronic Music – Motion Graphics

This is my mood board for a motion graphics project on a brief history of electronic music. I want to make the piece feel like the music, which has many patterns in it, but can still have a huge variety … Continue reading

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Living Composition Image- Motion Graphics

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Studio 2 – Character Design

This is the design of my character Ellie for my animated short. She is based off of my cat of the same name. I created these poses and design based off of photographs of her. Her fur is gray in real … Continue reading

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Senior Studio 2 – Storyboard

What I want to focus on in this animation project is keeping it simple with lots of frame-by-frame drawings. I want to focus on the details and little nuances of the cat’s motion in order to create a satisfying, high-quality … Continue reading

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Gallery Write-up – Production 2

On April 30, 2016, I attended the gallery “die Schliche Kennen” by Aodi Liang at Alfred University. The first piece in the gallery was in a separate movie chamber off to the side. The movie playing showed images at the … Continue reading

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Gallery Write-up – Advanced Animation

On April 30th, 2016, I attended the gallery “Aftercare” by Austyn Taylor at Alfred University. In the artist’s statement, which was written on a piece of paper and displayed at the reception desk, the artist stated that they wanted their pieces … Continue reading

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Gallery Write-up 2 – Motion Graphics

On April 30th, 2016 I attended the gallery titled “Honoring the Ordinary” by Joel Isaak at Alfred University. The gallery space itself was very empty and didn’t have a large number of pieces. There were some slabs of wood with … Continue reading

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