Monthly Archives: September 2016

Journal week 4 (entry 1 and 2)

Entry one-Golden Ratio It is a tool that can help make artwork look better. By using the ratio of 1:1.618… in your artwork one can get things that look more appealing. The rule of thirds is a faster way of … Continue reading

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Linear Day Book- The Present

 

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Abstraction

I am going to abstract part of the song Dragon Pirates by Tut Tut Child. The water that is heard at the start is going to be  shown with blue triangles moving up and down across the bottom, while above … Continue reading

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journal week 3 (entry 1 and 2)

Entry 1-Fallout 4 Art Book I looked through the art book of Fallout 4 that I own. I decided that I will do a chapter every other week. The first chapter in the book is preproduction of the art in … Continue reading

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Imaginative Landscape

The goal of the project was to show a basic understanding of how to use masks in Photoshop, while trying to make a landscape. I did this by making a landscape that had three paths that no one know what … Continue reading

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Flip Book

 Otto Messmer is one of the famous early animators with his cartoon show Felix the Cat. To get an idea on his style and the way he animated, one should go watch Felix In Hollywood, Felix the Cat: Switches Witches, … Continue reading

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Music drawings

This drawing(top) was made by listening to music the song was Flying Spaghetti Monster by Doctor P.  The bottom one was an enlarge version of one section that was original 6×6 and blown up to 16×16. It meant to be … Continue reading

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