Monthly Archives: October 2016
Day 1: An animation made by Alice Dunseath titled Hunting for Hockney. Nearly full animation, except for the scene of the car driving on the road cut into different panels. The animation has very smooth transitions to different sceneries and … Continue reading
In order to understand points and lines, I created a metaphor about myself and included my name. The mirror represents a pair of glasses. Oftentimes, people do not really see me for who I am. My name represents a bridge … Continue reading
A point marks a position in space and graphically takes form as a dot. A series of points form a line. Lines can have many weights with thickness and texture. They multiply to describe volumes, planes and textures and can … Continue reading
To get a better understanding of planes, I took many photos of a classroom from different perspectives and narrowed it down to 6 pictures to make an abstract image.
A plane is a flat surface extending in height and width. They have many different qualities: solid, perforated, smooth, transparent or opaque. Following my pictures, I combined lines, and planes to create an abstract image. I used different line … Continue reading
Perspective refers to a way of viewing an object. It helps give objects a sense of depth. Depending on where a person stands, they can see structures in a one, two, or three-point perspective. Using the perspective tool, I was … Continue reading