Audio exercise: Snap Crackle Pop


The sound of snapping, crackling and popping was chosen for the audio exercise. Each of the sounds has their own track, but recorded as a multitrack session.The snapping sound is myself snapping my fingers to a beat.The crackling sound is the use of a water bottle crinkling up and the plastic material being touched. The lat sound is the popping sound of lips being smacked together, and creating the sound. Eventually, after recording the material I had manipulated the sounds to make it sound unique. The sound was adjusted  so it wasn’t has loud because of the clipping while recording.

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Logo Animation

This animation with the Yukon sled race logo represents the footprints of the sled dogs. The footsteps of the sled dogs running across the screen until a certain point  then jumping then continuing of the trail and running across the screen. Then jumping into the snow left footprint in the snow. The foot print then continue in the trail and keep on going representing the Yukon sled race.

This loop represents one pair of husky footprints coming in to the snow and leaving the impression of where the footprint would be left behind.


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Countdown Animation

Using different techniques, i used various motions to create a countdown starting from ten all the way down to one. Scale, rotation, position,achor points and opacity  are all being shown here.  Each number is doing a unique distortion while counting down. Each number has a different color to show variation from each number.

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The Death of Princess Diana

This video demonstrates what the Death of Princess Diana was. The video starts out with the date of the ancient. Then the focus is on the flashing lights that represent the paparazzi. The red car in the video represents the car with princess Diana and represents the paparazzi. The white light scene  represent the light of death. The smoke represents the crash  and from the car. The time represents  the time that Princess Diana passes. The last scenes represent the emptiness and sadness the death had caused through Britain and the rest of the world.

Works Cited

“Princess Diana Dead after Paris Car Crash.” CNN. Cable News Network, 31 Aug. 1997. Web. 05 Mar. 2017.
Whitney, Craig B. “Diana Killed in a Car Accident in Paris.” The New York Times. The New York Times, n.d. Web. 05 Mar. 2017.

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Clay Sculpture Example

On Wednesday, In class of 3D and Color, we did a workshop to get an understand on how to sculpt and understand the clay. There was a demonstration to shape the step to sculpt a clay face. First, i had to sculpt the nose in the center then the mouth and  the lips. The last last step was the eyes. 20170301_15424620170301_154128

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Texture: Days of the week

This video resprents how the week goes with different textures. the opening scene represents the new week beginning with new seeds being grow starting on Sunday. As the week goes on it starts off rough then getting smoother as the week progresses throughout the week.

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Marionette-Artist Statement

This are the other characters i had created for ideas for my marionette. The other characters were a porcupine and bumble bee.

The design process of my flower character.

My Marionette represents a human in a flower form.The colors from each shape is connected by the colors in the patterns. The imperfections of the marionette represents struggle and solutions.

My marionette generates the idea of growth after destruction. With the marionette broken and unrecognizable, it has the strength to move on and start with new beginnings. Another Idea that can be generated from my marionette is rebirth. I had used one of these ideas to create form in my marionette. The colors are cohesive and blend together from the different tones in the origami paper. My creative process is based on the general idea of the character. I started of which the creation of my character then the research of what an origami marionette was.

The differences about my marionette is that I didn’t use the shapes I originally used when finding origami shapes to use. There are many different shapes repetition all throughout my character. All the colors are cohesive together because I carefully chose matching colors. Symmetrical because each side has the same shapes on both sides. Vertically unbalanced because the bottom half of my character I heavier than the top half.

The waist of my character has a flower to connect everything to. The waist is the center or the foundation my marionette. I could’ve continued with the balloon shapes but I wanted to had depth and add a contrasting shape to the design. With the modular design, it has added the human figure shape to the flower’s body. Modular design gave the marionette the depth to help the shape be stable.

My character’s balance is both symmetrical and asymmetrical because the vertical unbalances and the mirroring of shapes on both sides. The consistency of shapes in a pattern starts to create a rhythm.  Order is the most important since if the character didn’t have order the body wouldn’t have the correct shape. The portion is uneven because the flower waist creates the uneven balance. All the chosen shapes together create unity.

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