Monthly Archives: September 2015

Project 3: Points in the Kitchen Final Abstraction

When it comes to balance the artwork attracts the viewers eye in a way that allows them to follow each abstraction thoroughly without having them wander around the image too much. The rhythm is also fairly strong; the vibrant colors as … Continue reading

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Journal Entry 4

              For this week I’ve put about 3-4 hours of work each day into my artwork for class. Such things include the eight inch drawing of a scenery using different weight lines, the shape drawing … Continue reading

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Theory of Abstraction

Abstraction Part 1: Theory of Abstraction Synaesthesia – a visual representation of another sensory experience A visual interpretation of the different seasons. By using different shapes and colors to depict each season, such as a red triangle to represent summer, … Continue reading

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Imaginary Landscape 2 (Final)

This was the second attempt at the imaginary landscape piece. For this piece I was going for a very dark theme which is why I chose to dim the brightness in the overall image. The original background in itself was … Continue reading

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Journal Entry 3: Foundations Gray, Black and White

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Project 2: Abstraction Piece

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The Life of Boog 1+2 (First Flipbook)

  flipbook project2 from Arun Fernando on Vimeo. For this flip book assignment the artist that I chose was none other than Ub Iwerks. Five of the shorts that I watched from Ub Iwerks included: “Humpty Dumpty”, “The Three Bears”, … Continue reading

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