Category Archives: Foundations

What Makes an Artist

When I think of someone who is an artist, I think of someone who has a drive to accomplish something, that sees a purpose in what they are doing; takes pride in their work. I often feel I never do … Continue reading

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Silhouette Image: UPDATED

I made an update with feathered edges to remove some of the blockiness of the layer mask and also increased the visibility of the white background.

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Book Wright Pages

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Paper Mask: UPDATED

To give my mask a more aged and heavily used look, I scratched the dull edge of my cacti knife agains the surface of the paper to create a chipped/peeling look. I then added various cut outs and smaller cut … Continue reading

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Paper Mask

Originally for my paper mask project, I intended to build a characterized old man face. This included a movable jaw piece that would move with the users jaw, but after multiple attempts and tests, I could not get it to … Continue reading

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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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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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