Emojis

https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/person-lotus-position/

 

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Project 3.1a/3.1b

WAYS TO CREATE AN ILLUSION OF MOTION

Conveying/Capturing Anticipated Movement
autumn-rhythmJackson Pollock

Repeating
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Blurring
Abstract Painting (726) 1990 by Gerhard Richter born 1932Gerhard Richter

Fragmenting
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Eliciting a Kinesthetic Response
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Cai Guo-Qiang

PROJECT 3.1 (B)
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Create your own emojis that show an illusion of motion in some way. Please pick threeoptions from this list:
Conveying/capturing anticipated movement
Repeating
Cropping
Blurring
Fragmenting
Eliciting a kinesthetic response

Then create one design per category (total three final designs) and post them on your blog. Please label your designs as to what they are.

Final Exams Schedules for Fall

Monday Wednesday 2:15pm 2D Composition class:

M/W class 12:45 – 3:00 p.m. Thur. Dec. 14

Tuesday/Thursday 11am 2D Composition class:

T/TH Class 12:45 – 3:00 p.m. Fri. Dec. 15

Tuesday/Thursday 2:15 pm 2D Composition class:

T/TH Class 12:45 – 3:00 p.m. Wed. Dec. 13

You must be Present at your Final Exam/CRITIQUE Scheduled time.  An Absence is means for Failure of the Class.  No Exceptions.

Please Refer to these when Planning your Winter Break Plans.

 

Project 2.3a 2.3b

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COLOR NAVIGATION

NOTE: This is a collaboration between all five sections of 2D COMP classes.

  • Students will work in small groups and will be assigned a faculty member by their instructor.
  • Using colored tape, students will create a system around the art building to guide visitors to that faculty’s office/studio. This navigation system will start from the atrium and go in different directions. These vinyl pieces will be installed on the most lower edge of the walls.
  • For duplication of color, we can use basic shapes to differentiate such as square, circle, triangle (square cut in half diagonally), diamond or semi circles. Continuation of these colored shapes will hopefully allow visitors to visually ‘connect the dots’ and function as a guiding force.
  • Students must document this process in any form they wish to (such as photos, video, stop motion animation etc) and share it on the blog.
  • Students will also go to blogs of other course sections and leave a comment on at least 3 blogs.

Faculty –

Group#1

Martin Ball           174

Giana Commito   179

Darice Polo           175

Janice Lessman-Moss      176B

Group#2

Isabel Farnsworth      010

Mark Schatz     017

Jonas Sebura     010

Peter Christian Johnson     007B

Group#3

Arron Foster     304b

Andrew Quebec    214

Taryn McMahon     304a

Mahwish Chishty 119

Davin Ebanks 204

2.3 (B)

  • Take a selfie in square format.
  • Simplify the selfie by flattening it. No gradation in value. Try out different filters to see how it looks. Keep in mind you will be painting this so the easier it is, the better it will be for you later. Also intensify the colors so your image is more colorful.
  • Divide it into four equal quadrants – So if you image is 8″x8″, the four sections will be each 4″x4″ squares. You will paint each section in different colors. One section in original colors, one in de-saturated colors, one as tinted and last one as shaded. Please see the below diagram.

Selfie project

IDEA – RECREATE A VERMEER

IDEA – RECREATE A VERMEER

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Read the ARTnews article Playing With Vermeer. Recreate a Vermeer using yourself or recruiting others to participate (they do not need to be SoA students). Consider how you can make a quick and contemporary version using your iPad as your primary tool as well as ordinary materials and objects immediately available to you for staging. Post to your blog with the original image for reference.

Afterimage

Afterimage Instructions:

Revel in the afterglow!