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.
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.”
Here is the final version of my Fruit Alphabet Image Gallery in HTML.
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.
Here is a new, updated version of my image gallery draft. I added an actual title and the names of the fruit included.
I have created a draft in Adobe XD for an image gallery. Unlike last year, this one has a more decisive theme to it. This time, I decided to go with fruits in alphabetical order; I even threw in some fruit some people might not have even heard of. I have a constant header so it’s much easier to navigate.
Today I did a tutorial on glitch effects and applied it to this clip from the animated series, “Transformers Prime.” The scene takes place in Megatron’s mind and everything is starting to collapse as he’s being slowly put offline by Starscream. The glitches end once we are back in reality.