Author Archives: afernando1120

Interactive Design: Blog Site

https://dripsandblogs.netlify.com/ Here is the final version of my blog site entitled “Drips and Blogs”. For this site I wanted to maintain a certain simplicity, while also incorporating my own art style as well.

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Interactive Design: Gallery Write Up#2

On April 26th I attended Alfred University’s gallery that was being held. The gallery was entitled “Alchemy Juice” by Alex Zablocki and was part of the MFA Thesis Exhibition. This gallery consisted of different ceramic and clay shape sculptures.

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Interactive Design: Gallery Write Up

                                          On Monday May 1st, I decided to go to Alfred University’s ceramic gallery which showcased a variety of unique designs … Continue reading

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Advanced 3D Animation: Emotions

This is a brief animation that shows a young man by the name of Toby as he is walking down the street feeling gum. However, Toby has a very quick temper and when he trips while walking his glum mood … Continue reading

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Logo Designs (Digital Art)

This gallery contains 4 photos.

These four designs are graphic logo designs that I was asked to create. The first three logos are all designs for an upcoming clothing brand by the name of SLCH. The last design is for an up and coming Brooklyn … Continue reading

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“Herel” (Digital Art)

This is a character that I created by the name of Herel, he is a being from another planet and is here to share his knowledge of the world. This is also a sort of early design that I had … Continue reading

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“Multiply” (Digital Art)

 This is a personal piece that I created digitally using Autodesk Sketchbook. The overall interpretation of the piece is left up to the viewer. When asking people to tell me what they saw I received a range of answers that … Continue reading

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