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ARD514, Level 5 / 06.12.2020

The whole group was asked to exchange works and create something new from our images. My group had 4 people in. Tim Plenty who shared some of photos from his found footage project as well as his photographs OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Claire Davies who sent us photos of a forest I used the old photo of my family on a holiday trip. I decided to go with the theme of alternative realities again. And photoshopped all the images together resulting a bizzarre post apocaliptic scene. ...

ARD514, Level 5, My Inspirations / 11.11.2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wTCRajtD2EA SIREN HEAD by Trevor Henderson Siren Head is a fictional humanoid monster created in 2018 by a Canadian artist known respectfully as Trevor Henderson. Henderson described the Siren Head as "the static physical form of a [unfathomable] supernatural being." The Siren Head is about 40 feet tall, sees without eyes, does not eat, despite having organic teeth, is rarely found in populous areas, and is usually stationary but can move very quickly. It uses an appearance similar to a telephone pole to hunt people. Siren Head has become immensely popular in recent years after famous YouTubers such as CoryxKenshin, Markplier, PewDiePie...

ARD514 / 10.11.2020

In this task, we were asked to create a new movie about 2 minutes long from random movie clips. These films were to be downloaded from the website www.archive.org (Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more.) My only criterion in choosing movies was in black and white I chose 17 films at random. Using Final Cut, I created a video that is posted below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALUnOdfHQhU&feature=youtu.be ...

ARD514, Level 5 / 10.11.2020

Jakub Różalski (born 1981) is a Polish graphic artist, painter, concept artist and illustrator. He comes from Koszalin. He lived abroad for several years. He worked on Kong: Skull Island, creating its concept art. He gained popularity thanks to his 1920+ painting project, creating an alternative universe in which he combines the motifs of cavalry, the Polish army and everyday village life with the painting of the 19th and 20th centuries The 1920+ painting project was initially interested in Jamey Stegmaier, who in 2015 started collecting money for the release of Scythe on the Kickstarter platform. The work was to be...

ARD514, Level 5 / 02.11.2020

We were asked to copy 2 sections of our own photographs and create something new/refreshed from them. I went through the archives on my computer a portrait of my husband I took over summer and a photo from a trip to Polish Zoo where you can feed the deers. I also used a texture that I created with watercolours on paper and scanned it in. After choosing the images I created a file in photoshop and pasted the section of the images into the document When I set the images up in PS I created a layermask and masked out...

ARD514, ard516, Level 5 / 02.11.2020

Thanks to the practical combination of science and art, the theory of colors was created. Its job is to identify which colors look good together and are the perfect combination. It determines how the color affects a person, what emotions it evokes in him, how to combine colors so that the image/photo/film / graphic design looks attractive to the human eye. Color theory and the traditional color wheel that functions in the art world were developed by Isaac Newton in 1666. He conducted an experiment based on the diffraction of light through a prism. Thanks to this, he appointed the so-called...

ARD514 / 28.10.2020

How the dachshund works - Polish animated short film by Julian Antonisz- Polish visual artist, screenwriter and author of experimental animated films, composer and inventor. The film uses unconventional film techniques such as cut-out, drawing, filming of mixing fluids, as well as scratching images and drawing directly onto film, called the non-camera technique. The music for the film was created and recorded by the director himself. During the film, a commentary is read from behind the frame, similar to documentary films. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r16GL3N4PdM In many of his films, Antonisz deliberately employed unprepared amateurs as readers - in the case of How it Works...

ARD514, Uncategorized / 27.10.2020

Terrence Vance Gilliam is an American-born British screenwriter, film director, animator, actor, comedian and former member of the Monty Python comedy troupe. Gilliam has directed 13 feature films, including Time Bandits (1981), Brazil (1985), The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1988), The Fisher King (1991), 12 Monkeys (1995), Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998), The Brothers Grimm (2005), Tideland (2005), and The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (2009). The only "Python" not born in Britain, he became a naturalised British subject in 1968 and formally renounced his American citizenship in 2006. Gilliam was born in Minnesota, but spent his high school...

ARD514 / 26.10.2020

This is the final set of images for the unpredictabiliy and control, combined with the "Look at the order in which you do things" prompt card. This is a journey through my imagination and ideas for creating different worlds from my childhood. The background (hand-painted) and the props used to create the entire set are to show the simplicity of children's games. Smoke is part of the unpredictability of this work (along with my dog who decided to join me during the shoot). The light is the control part - I will be 100% setting up the lights and controlling the...

ARD514 / 20.10.2020

The first task in ARD 514- "Creative Lens-based Media" is to create a work that combines unpredictability and control in one work. done which is controlled/influenced by your diagonal strategy card. The strategy card drawn to me reads: Look at the order in which you do things. My work on the alter ego project from last semester will be the starting point for this task. My alter ego is a creator. It creates my whole world. I am the creator of my world. I let in this world only what I want it to be there I am a creator, but...