3D Animation 11/12/2010
Just a bit of 3D animation I've made. This one was for an exhibition called Plaza Principle, in an empty shop space. Its my portrayal of a world where for some reason machines have found their own Independence, and have become scavengers. They feed of what they can find that the humans have left behind, the minerals they find in the ground and the sun, so in a way they're working as organisms do anyway.
My Degree Show piece 10/28/2010
Never really thought about a name for this piece, but a lot of people told me it was like Robot Wars, with the arena and all. Actually, I was trying to emulate modern-day entertainment with this piece. As that is, a lot of the time, why people make, study and live art, for entertainment.
This Weebly ain't so bad! 10/28/2010
Seems to do the job at least. Took me a while to find a blog website where I can post anything I want, and have the blog look the way I want! I'm satisfied!
First thing I'd like to show is something we (me and my friends from university) always give many laborious, but fun hours to when the event comes! We often like to celebrate birthday parties with fancy dress/cosplay, using out artistic skills to make our outfits pretty top-notch! I always love making it, and seeing peoples reactions when I'm dressed up. Wouldn't mind doing something like this as a career!
360 Movie Machine 04/22/2010
This is an experiment myself and Annie Nelson made whilst on a workshop with a visiting artist at uni. The task was to make a device which was attached to a person in some way, and showed that person. We came up with the idea to imitate how in many modern video games, you can see 360 degrees around the character you are controlling. This is what we came up with.
Rain on a sunny day 04/15/2010
Just a little experiment, it was so hot this day that I was actually wanting a little rain! So that's what I decided to animate, kept me busy!
The Mechanical Tree 02/21/2009
This piece was a big steppingstone for myself. It was the beginning of true creativity for me, and I was a lot less vigilant about what I did to my art pieces.
This big clunky sculpture was my imitation of a tree and its branches blowing in the wind. Real trees take energy from the sun and then produce energy from that, they give to the world. Where as my Mechanical Tree took energy and simply wasted it. My video recording of it wasn't the best, but this stop-motion shows what it did quite well!
Stop-Motion Animation from First Year 10/25/2007
Took me ages to make this, but it was an enjoyable little experiment. I think I was lacking plot, and so I found this piece very difficult to progress, I just wanted to experiment with stop-motion as I had never tried it before. Something about it I find spooky...