For this class assignment we 40 minutes to go outside and collect random objects to make quick short animations using at least 20 items. Then create a quick sequence of images that were smallest to largest, lightest to darkest, and then create an association between the objects.
Here are living posters made by me, Stephen Gonzalez, and Austin Clay to represent Eduardo Paolozzi and his artwork.
This visual piece is based off my understanding of two of the six visual trends; surreality and silent vs. noise. Through silent vs. noise I wanted to play with the illusion of being consolidated in a singular room where noise didn’t happen as it should where sounds that are usually more unheard or unseen are most prevalent and heard. While surreality played part in the tonal contrast and visual effects.
We wanted to convey they feeling of disorder and chaos through our mood boards while also establishing concepts and a color pallet.
Here our our small notes taken that describe the font choice we are going to be representing Dyslexie
Here is my full animation drawn using Adobe Photoshop.
This is a recording of my visual instrument made using Max 7, a fairly weird program for me. I did documentation of this performance for our class for this project with a partner and after handing out everyone else’s video files, forgot to extract mine and ended up formatting the SD card deleting it permanently. However, the recording I have is from a blurry camera recording from the other persons camera.
Here is what my Max file looked like.
This assignment was a group project that tested our abilities to create an interactive piece that would also be slightly educational for some girl scouts.
This is some documentation of our group, the event, and my assets for the project.
In my advanced 3D modeling, lighting, and texturing course, our assignment was to create an entire advertisement billboard/poster for a fake company called “juice,” and this is what I came up with. Continue reading “Juice Advertisement”