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Here is my blog full of posts regarding my practice of art including, animation, digital art, university projects and personal projects. My posts would show a lot of work in progress, comments on failures, achievements and experiments. 

I hope you enjoy my blog and if you have any questions regarding my practice, please email me! :)

April 3, 2016

Here are my orthographic reference for Dusk, I included both clothed and naked version

April 3, 2016

In semester 2 2015, I had taken this modelling, rigging and texturing course. I had previously had taken this course in my second year but since there was no good electives being offered. I decided to take it again. 

This course is about designing a character and model, texture and rig from scratch. Since I had done this course before, I wanted to create a complicated character. 

CHARACTER DOSSIER

 

character name: Megascops Kennicotti or Dusk

Ethical perspective: Veil of Ignorance

Dominated by: (Emot...

April 2, 2016

Some more snapshots of scenes

April 2, 2016

All layers of the praxinoscope being played … This part was the hardest as it was hard to show the animation on each set 

 

April 2, 2016

A closer look into fish jumping out of water

April 2, 2016

Here are the frames being placed on a record player. It did not work as smoothly as I wanted too but it was a good experimentation to do. It was hard matching the frames to the speed of the recorder, but there was still some sense of animation

 

April 2, 2016

Here are the frames for the praxinoscope, I had followed these set of instructions online showing how to create the frames for a praxinoscope and what speed of the recorder you should do, to allow the animation to go smoothly. I remember this was a total experiment and wasn't even sure if this could work at all

April 2, 2016

Here are the characters in their actual environment, and the one photo of the different heads and arms shows how I move the body through the animation

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