Monthly Archives: November 2016

Phenakistoscope Project

    For my phenakistoscope project, I started by making a basic layout in Photoshop. This included the proper dimensions of the circle, the location and angles of various objects such as the viewing slots and other objects and lastly … Continue reading

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575 Glitch Art Project

For this piece I started by aquiring a high res image of the USA at a satellites point of view off of Google Images. The original image was much larger than I needed ( > 3000px for width) so I … Continue reading

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Chair Project (Updated)

Added shading closer to the edges of the chair to make it appear less flat and have a sense of belonging in the scene

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Chair Project

When designing my chair I wanted to go for an offsetting feeling. To get this feeling on paper, I placed a padlock under my canvas before drawing. This way, when I draw the chair straight up and down on the … Continue reading

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Glitch Motion GIFs

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Workshop: Brian Murphy’s “The Ability to Name Things Has Escaped Me”

Brian Murphy’s “The Ability to Name Things Has Escaped Me” gallery opened on the 27th of October in the Llewellyn Gallery. It opened up later on in the evening on Thursday and received quite a crowd of people. After only … Continue reading

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Shirt Print Project

By using high contrast points on features such as the eyes and mouth, I am able to create a relatively intense psychological presence to the image. The stretching of the mouth and widening of the eyes adds to this dark … Continue reading

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