Category Archives: Writing

Self Critique 2

This year in my Advanced Animation class, we learned more about how to make a model and how to rig it. We also furthered our practice with animating with a solo project and a group project. With the rigging, making … Continue reading

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Alchemy Juice Write Up

On Monday, April 17th 2017, I attended a gallery titled “Alchemy Juice” by Alex Zablocki showcasing many sculptors he has created. Zablocki’s sculptors may not relate to web design at all, but I believe that specific elements from pieces can … Continue reading

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Peer Critique

Video Fellow DMA student Nadia Parfait submission for the project in which we were tasked to create an animation in which a character goes from one emotion to another, Nadia’s emotions were sullen to panic. The facial movement work well … Continue reading

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Art History 2 – (in)Voluntary Memories

On February 23rd, 2017, I attended a gallery titled “(In)Voluntary Memories” Showcasing the work of Alysia Kaplan.

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Color Matters – Interactive Design Write up

Color is an important factor in web design, and can be essential to creating a website that is appealing and eye catching. On February 9th I attended an event titled “Color Matters” where Ivy Stevens-Gupta, an artist and marketing expert, … Continue reading

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“The Ability to name things has escaped me” Art Gallery by Brian Murphy

Brian Murphy The Ability to name things has escaped me

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Peer Critique

Video Fellow DMA major student Tyler Sudyn’s submission for the walk cycle project we were given shows a good understanding of what makes an animation work, but there are a few flaws within the animation itself. The Biggest issue that … Continue reading

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