Monday, 2 November 2015

Thumbnail 11

This is a Thumbnail for a transport station for pods which will be how people get around within my city. I have tried to incorporate Barbara Hepworth's sculptures for the structure of the building.

Barbara Hepwoth Influence Map

Thursday, 29 October 2015

Thursday, 22 October 2015


This is my third digital painting for Esmeralda which I am very happy with.


This is my second digital painting which I feel a lot better about from my first one. I really enjoyed seeing hot it come together.


This is my first digital painting I have done for Esmeralda. I really enjoyed designing this but I'm not confident in how little detail I have put into this. for my next ones I will try to add more detail.

Monday, 19 October 2015

Maya Animations

These are my second set of animation I completed in my Maya class today.

Animation in Maya

These are my first animations I have done today during my Maya class.

Friday, 16 October 2015

Animation Transformation

This is my animation of me transforming to a Carrot to a Bunny. Really enjoyed this and doing each stage of the transformation.

Thursday, 15 October 2015

Monday, 5 October 2015

Colour Apples

This is my first colour drawing on Photoshop. I am happy with how the colours match the original image but the scales is off.


The first time I used Photoshop to draw. The tones should be darker but I'm happy with how the portions and scale turned out.

Thursday, 1 October 2015

Ray Gun

This is my Ray Gun tutorial which took me a while to complete due to computer malfunctions. This caused me to re-do the Ray Gun twice, from which I have learned to save my work frequently.

Friday, 25 September 2015

Egg Cups Maya

These are my Egg Cups I created on Maya which I struggled with a lot but I am happy with how they finished.

Wednesday, 23 September 2015

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari Film Review

 The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
The film “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920)” is known for the surreal, dream like settings. It’s seen throughout the film by the distorted houses, bazar shaped windows as well as sharp angles. This is said to be what makes this film one of the best of that era. It is also said to be one of the first few Horror films made. Which is known from its chilling story.
Cesare (Conrad Veidt) a twenty three year old man has slept since birth (a Somnambulist) first appeared in a fair show with his “Master” a mysterious man, of which says Cesare can answer any question. Two young men Francis (Frederich Feher) and Alan (Hans Heinz von Twardowski) attend the show. Alan confidently asks “when will I die?”, “at first dawn” is Cesare’s reply. After promptly leaving the show they meet Jane (Lil Dagover) falling madly in love. As said at first dawn Alan was murdered. Suspicion grew around Cesare. Other murders occurred throughout the nights until Jane is abducted. After Jane is saved and Cesare and his “Mater” are captured we find ourselves in an asylum in which Jane, Cesar and Francis are enclosed with the mad “Master” as the director. By then end it’s implied that Francis is the “Mad Man”, creating the whole story in his head. The twists and turns are what grips the viewer though out.
The cameras for the set of the film where placed in the same area which gives the impression that is more like a play, or show. As well as the film being silent the actors in the film are over reactant. By doing this the viewer has a clear understanding of what is happening.