Category Archives: Research

Animation Critique

https://syncsketch.com/sketch/186573#243710 Rob McCoy’s walk animation does an great job at displaying body language in the walk as well as timing the poses accordingly. There are just a few things I noticed after scrubbing through a bit. On frame 17 it … Continue reading

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Figure Drawing #2

Second study of the human form by replicating poses from a Muybridge image sequence.

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Room/Interior : Moodboard

Above is a mood-board that was created in Photoshop to display the various color uses and decor features of the Shabby Chic room style. The shabby chic room style is well known for  containing furniture that appears to be aged or … Continue reading

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Journal #15

Contained within the posting given in the email, there are three separate articles. Each article being based around a different person as well as an incredible story in their life. For the first article, Jacob Needleman goes into great depth … Continue reading

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Illustrated Journal #10

Helen Frankenthaler’s piece shown above, “Nature Abhors a Vacuum” (1973), is a great example of the use of direction in art. Just through the use of five basic colors and different values for each in different regions of the piece, … Continue reading

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Illustrated Journal #9

The work pictured above is titled “Man with a Hat and a Violin” and was created by Pablo Picasso in 1912. This piece is a great example of simplistic design, for it is able to create an admirable visual of … Continue reading

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Illustrated Journal #8

“The Last Supper” by Tintoretto (1592–1594) is an absolutely incredible piece that demonstrates the use of vanishing points, as well as contrast. When I first viewed this image last year in my Art History class, I was absolutely astonished by … Continue reading

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