Art Site Final

Art Site

Here is the updated version of my art influenced site.

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Typography Final

This is kinetic typography video that I made for my Motion Graphics Class. It features a line from Taz in the new Warner Brothers cartoon “Wabbit.”  The video is meant to show Taz’s rage from his job and him calming down again.

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Art Influenced Site 2018 Draft

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Here is the draft for my art influenced site. I based each page on one film made by Henery Selick.

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Jetpack

Here is a video of me wearing using a jetpack. I am well aware that it isn’t my best video but I didn’t give myself a lot of time to work on it.

There is a one-point perspective in the first shot that sets the scene.

I used an invisible line where the background me follows the jetpack me.

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Art Influenced Site Works

I am now working on an art influenced site based on my own works as well as an artist who works in a similar field. My artist is Henry Selick, the stop-motion director, producer, and writer for films like “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” “James and the Giant Peach,” and “Coraline.”

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Image Gallery 2018 Final

Fruit Alphabet

Here is the final version of my Fruit Alphabet Image Gallery in HTML.

 

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Typography Storyboard Feedback

I have been given a project to make a kinetic typography video. I choose to use a line Taz says from New Looney Tunes/Wabbit. I . created a Mood Board and a Story Board and got feedback from a fellow student named Briana. I was told that it might be useful to add some shapes, so at the end of the video, where Taz mentions Oklahoma, I’m going to make a shape that looks like Oklahoma appear.

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