Monthly Archives: September 2016

Objectified by Gary Hustwit

The focus of this video was design, primarily in objects, and how they tell a story or relay their function. Every object has some story behind it, generally telling why it was made, and for what type of people. We … Continue reading

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Fantasy Landscape Final

For this final version of a fantasy landscape, we were to find a word unknown to us that would relate to our work. The word I decided to go with was

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Week 5 Journal: Final Fantasy VII

Recently I have taken up playing an older game called Final Fantasy VII, released in 1997. I have put around 20 hours into this game so far, and this game has┬ácompletely immersed me in the world created by the game. … Continue reading

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Linear Day

When creating my linear day book, I decided to keep most of the main lines of similar size in order to help create unity within the image, and prevent any one thing from standing out when it didn’t need to. … Continue reading

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Alfred Stieglitz: The Eloquent Eye

The video I have viewed focuses on Alfred Stieglitz, and how he believe photography should be considered an art. Stieglitz is know as the father of modern photography, for his want to show America how to see in a new … Continue reading

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Theory of Abstraction

While looking at examples and trying to think of my own ideas I came up with two different ideas for my abstraction project. One falls under the musical/rhythmic category, while the other is spiritual/cognitive.

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Fantasy Landscape v2

I made use of masks to help make the fishbowl image have a clouded look to it, but still be transparent enough to see the map behind it. Masks were also used to help blur and fade the sides of … Continue reading

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