Hello! I know it’s been a while, but I am now starting the process of uploading more work. Stay tuned!
This was a video editing project for my Time-Based Media class. All the videos are taken from the Prelinger Archives, which is a site full of copyright-free videos. Since they’re all copyright free, many of the videos are not the best quality. But the project focused more on editing techniques than the look of the […]
Wow…this project was a killer. This is my first stop-motion animation video that I did for my Design II class two years ago. It was based on this project: The project was to design something about our interest as artists. I chose to do mine about doodling, because I do it so often. It’s a […]
Taking a life drawing class was definitely a new experience for me. I had never drawn from a clothed model, let alone a nude model! I have to admit, it was a bit strange in the beginning, but eventually I got used to it. Drawing nude models is great practice for artists. My teacher always […]
The third and most unique project I did was a character animation based on the old North Carolina legend of the Devil Horse’s Hoof Prints. It was probably the most fun, and definitely the most time-consuming!
This is the second animation completed for my Time-Based Media class. It is based on a quote by Laura J. Burns. The project was simple: animate a body of text.
Last fall, I took a class called Concepts in Time-Based Media, which was basically animation. It was a new experience for me, and I really enjoyed it. This set of three were the first animations I completed. The objective was to animate a word using the definition or origin of the word. Very little to […]