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GDV P.2.3.3 Drawing with type

Here is the text I re-typed from the Generative Design book: ‘Who doesn’t like to switch brushes while painting? In this application, the position and size of characters are constantly transformed according to the position and speed of the brush. 903 more words

2D Animation

3D WIP Progress

Making a bit of process in my scene of animation where a little figurine is gazing at the sun, I was playing with lighting since hes sunbathing but then the sun moves out of his range and he has to do what he can to be able to get on the window. 28 more words

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International Journal of Computer Graphics & Animation (IJCGA)

International Journal of Computer Graphics & Animation (IJCGA)

 ISSN: 2231 – 3281(Online) ; 2231 – 3591 (print)

 http://airccse.org/journal/ijcga/index.html

Scope & Topics

Computer graphics and animation have has become a key technology in determining future research and development activities in many academic and industrial branches. 180 more words

This Animated GIF of a 3D Bear Has a Secret

I’ve become obsessed with the below animated GIF, which I discovered over at Amid Amidi’s Cartoon Brew. Stare at it, and you might be obsessed, too, at least for 30 seconds or so. 224 more words

A couple of videos from my vimeo

Not really art as such, but below is the programming assignment I’ve just finished for a University project. It’s a flocking system that is supposed to replicate how real creatures such as birds and fish move as a unit, and what happens when predators attack. 51 more words

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More Posters for How to Train Your Dragon 2!

Ed Sum (The Vintage Tempest)

Just when fans think all the posters have been released for How to Train Your Dragon 2, the official Facebook page for DreamWork’s series has unveiled yet another one. 241 more words

News

Going to Rio for Carnival is better than seeing Rio 2

By Ed Sum (The Vintage Tempest)

The city of Rio is best known for its carnival and the revelers of this six-day party can certainly live it up. 560 more words

Film