John FitzGerald Survey of Animation Research paper 12/2/12 Max Fleischer was an early animator born on July 17 1883 as well as the inventor of the rotoscope. Advertisements
This is a series of pendants I made experimenting with lighting.
Recently I had the pleasure of going to an art gallery at Alfred University. At the university I say painting by Jordan McCammy. One painting he did caught my eye, it was a landscape painting using multiple colours. The painting was created using oil paint on canvas. This painting is an…
During this semester I attended a workshop on how to set up a blog for my work. While at this workshop I learned many things about how to run my blog and how to set up my blog for images of my work.
For this video I needed to create a scrolling composition. I gave the video a sense of depth by having different layers move at slightly different speeds.
For this composition I needed to create an image with a pattern made up of many smaller images. I decided on a spiraling pattern with different colours. I feel that the pattern of the images was successful but not the pattern of the colour.
For this video I was tasked with creating seventy layers of photographs with a similar theme. I chose the triangular shape of my ocarina as the central theme. I feel that over all this was a successful video in that I stayed true to the theme. If I could change anything…
This is my final project for Survey of Animation. For this animation I rotoscoped a Kendo routine I had written and asked a friend of mine to film. In order to make this animation more cartoonish I decided to add miniature explosions then the swords made contact and when I died. This…
For this composition I used the colour wheel to fill in a pattern. I also mixed colours together to get many different colour combinations. I mixed white paint with my colours to create value. Finally I mixed complimentary colours together to create intensity change and create deep earth tones.
For this composition I used a grid to draw sections of my face and focus on the form in these individual sections. I used white charcoal on black paper to give the piece high contrast using value.