Monthly Archives: December 2015

survey of animation final project

Originally I was going to have my puppets do more complex motion. Unfortunately the modeling clay I bought from the school store was completely hard, so instead I had to use Play-doh which has much more limited articulation; not all … Continue reading

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Phenakistoscope

After making the phenakistoscope I learned a lot about drawing motion.¬†There is no perfect number of frames an image lasts, some things look better with more frames and others look better with fewer. A also learned that when you have … Continue reading

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Computer Animation Final

Disgusted square turns into a excited heptagon.

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Visual Communication Final Project

Mech Robots

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Final Project Survey (first 5 seconds)

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Painting

  For my painting I created a pattern of¬†hexagons next to each other. On top of that I created another pattern of circles on top of that. Instead of keeping the circles solid I made them transparent so their pattern … Continue reading

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Will Vinton Research

  Will Vinton is a stop motion animator who started his career in college making short films about architecture. Afterwards he took on various roles for small film projects, and in 1973 created a short Claymation film with Bob Gardiner … Continue reading

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