Monthly Archives: September 2015

Digital Landscape

For my digital landscape I wanted to illustrate a more abstract and retro feel that is reminiscent to older computer technology. I experimented with vibrant, contradicting colors to emphasize the bizarre and other worldly theme. I used the mouse pressed … Continue reading

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Imaginary Landscape

This is the imaginary landscape I created through photoshop. My idea was to combine the four natural elements: fire, water, earth and air. I wanted create a fantasy like disaster that shows harmony between contrasting objects. I am satisfied with … Continue reading

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Coral Character Animation

  int numFrames = 16; int frame = 0; PImage[] images = new PImage [numFrames]; long timer; float framespeed = 50.52; int Xshi; int Yshi; void setup() { background(255); size(800, 800); images[0] = loadImage(“CC1.png”); images[1] = loadImage(“CC2.png”); images[2] = loadImage(“CC3.png”); … Continue reading

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Midway Imaginary Landscape Critique

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Coral Character Animation

I created a character based off of a certain species coral to give life and movement. The species I chose is fungia whose name is given for its mushroom-like appearance. I decided to give my character a mushroom like body … Continue reading

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Imaginary Landscape (Test)

For imaginary landscape I used three images to form a complete landscape. I decide to use opposite ideas to harmonize in one. The illuminati is known for the all-seeing eye while the wrestler John Cena is known for his phrase … Continue reading

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Processing a Classic Painting

Through the use of the programming software Processing, I recreated Francisco Goya’s “Saturn Devouring His Son.” Listed below are the codes I created to form this image. background (0); size (600,600); fill (153); ellipse (156, 246, 155, 255); fill(220, 152, … Continue reading

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