Monthly Archives: October 2016

Flag Gesture Drawing #3: Sharp Fold

Not the easiest object to draw, but also not the hardest. It doesn’t have incredible detail and is not very complex, put it is not simple. It has It’s own personality to it, not being a flat and plain while … Continue reading

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Labyrinth Tree Poster Project

-Original Image -Poster Through photography and human creativity, we can make inanimate objects take new forms and even give them life. The original image of a tree was reimagined into a character, waving at the viewer with a star in … Continue reading

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Political Dadaism Poster #2

Once again using Dadaism and tackling the issue of nuclear missiles and their existence in the world, this piece is closer to dadaism than the first poster was. It has more nonsense in it, making it less of a whole … Continue reading

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Flag Gesture Drawing #2: Knee, Hip, & Shoulder Height

Much like the first, these images are all around decent, while having their own problems as well. The proportions on the top two measure up well, however the bottom one seems too long on it’s left side. The side corners … Continue reading

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Gallery Write Up: Mario Prisco

James Stephens Professor Pennisi DGMA. 1413-70 SET305/1:00 19 October 2016   One aspect of the art world is how artists attempt to create forms throughout their pieces. However, many choose to focus on all parts of the image, the details, … Continue reading

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Flag Gesture Drawing #1: Floor Height

With the right hand motions and a careful eye, one can recreate objects that are right in front of them through gesture drawing. In the case of this black and white flag, it obtains some of the feeling of the … Continue reading

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Stop Motion Research on Ray Harryhausen and Animation Storyboard

Through the inspiration and tutelage of King Kong animator Willis O’Brien, Ray Harryhausen used his knowledge of stop motion animation and creative thinking under a budget to create his most prolific style of animation.  Throughout his career, Harryhausen developed and … Continue reading

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