Experimental Artwork

Recently I’ve been allowing myself to be free with the creation of some artwork, static and moving, in Illustrator, Photoshop, and After Effects. Using repetition, mirroring, colour control, and depth, I’ve been able to produce a variety of patterns and designs.


Graduate Film

Pep Mask Production – Day 17 & 18

I’m so happy to be able to write the words: it’s done (well, the first draft at least).

The final shot in the production timeline is actually around 3/5 of the way through and consists of 55 images of myself, progressively getting younger and younger using 15 separate mediums such as pencil, string, card collage, and sellotape among others.

Yesterday was the only day in the nearly three weeks of this production that I haven’t had a shot completed.

The next job is working with audio and doing cleanup animation, but for now I think I am going to take a well earned sleep.

Graduate Film

Pep Mask Production – Day 14

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Day 14 of my film – very nearly finished animating with only 4 shots remaining. This is a preview of a shot which transitions between two environments through the use of colour and line, separating a scene into smaller lines and linking those up to lines from another scene.

With each line I was able to try different paths and ideas, such as jagged lines, curls, and even the Greek meander shape.

Graduate Film

Pep Mask Production – Day 11

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Day 11 of my film is over 2/3 of the way through – if my plan works out, I should be done within around a week. Here, I’m using colour again to set up a shot I did at the start of my production which explored growing concentric circles. There quite a few examples of expanding the world of colour in a secondary shot to be more abstract. Hopefully they’ll all come together well.