Category Archives: Research

3-D Design Final

All pieces pictured are from the 2016 BFA Exhibition at Alfred University.

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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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Final Animator and Animation Technique

I have decided to to study Michael Dudok DeWit and ultimately replicate his cel animation style.

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Glitch Artist Phillip Stearns

Phillip Stearn is a glitch artist who creates audio visual performances, electronic sculptures, light and sound installations, glitch textiles, and digital images through the methods of deconstruction, reconfiguration, and extension. He describes his work using “electronic technologies and electronic media … Continue reading

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Journal Entry #9

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Yuri Norstein Research and Storyboard

The animator Yuri Norstein uses stop motion in a way that seems realistic while maintaining the ability to animate “cartoonish” actions in his films.

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Journal Entry #1

Time Management Sheet Aug 31- Sept 6 In Simon Sinek’s TEDtalk lecture titled “How Great Leaders Inspire Action,” he discusses what makes some people and companies more successful than others. It isn’t surprising that successful leaders think differently from those … Continue reading

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