Monthly Archives: September 2016

Objectified write up ~ Rohan

Creative designers solve problems in many unique and simple ways but also common and hard ways. Some of the unique ways that designers solve problems would be by not exactly referencing anything in the past and only focus on the … Continue reading

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Imaginary Landscape #3 ~ RoHan

Intrepid:  adjective fearless; adventurous (often used for rhetorical or humorous effect). The  contrast between the horizon gives the illusion of a sky but the fact s that the black line in the back. Black outline on the turtle-bat-bee shows emphasis … Continue reading

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Alfred Stieglitz response

Stieglitz had the ability to see life as a still object. He sees distance and perspective as a complimentary trait to his photographs. His early work consists of pictures of things he found beautiful and eye-catching. I find the “Winter” photograph … Continue reading

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Linear Day ~ Rohan

I use a uneven weight lines throughout my along with very fine even lines to give the composition formality and to unify the piece. These lines give my composition a consistent emotion of freedom. Freedom is also reinforced by the … Continue reading

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Concept of Abstraction

I intend to use kinetic abstraction for this ongoing project. I’m going to use the motion of an urban city environment for this animation. Things such as street lights changing color, lights seen from a moving car, people rushing by, … Continue reading

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Imaginary Landscape #2

The reason that I used religious symbols in my composition is to show my imagination. I imagined what heaven would look like if some religions were the same thing.

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Flip Book First and Second

First Flipbook Animation click it Second Flipbook Animation click it Rohan-Dean’s Response     In my animation I chose to reference Otto Messmer because his style is one of the easiest to mimic and animate among the list of people that were given … Continue reading

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