Monthly Archives: December 2015

Survey of Animation Final Project

A Place Like Home With this animation, I tried to emulate ┬áMichael Dudok De Wit’s animation style, specifically his short movie “Father and Daughter.” Advertisements

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Computer Animation Final

Photoshop, 1280 pixels x 720 pixels Prompt: A disgusted heart turns into a depressed decagon.

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Phenakistoscope

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Visual Communications Final

Photoshop, 728 pixels x 1000 pixels

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Final Animation Check In

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Pattern and Layering

Gouache on Tyvek, 12″ x 36″ Patterns are created by repeating a simple shape. This repetition can create depth, volume and even texture.

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Michael Dudok De Wit: An Animation is Worth a Thousand Words

Michael Dudok De Wit is a Dutch animator who now lives and works in London. He animates primarily by using watercolor on cels. He has directed and animated several short films, including “Father and Daughter,” which won an Oscar (“Father … Continue reading

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