in progress screen capture from after effects for scene 2 of my virtual install final animation. still got lots of render passes to complete - mostly occlusion, but for now im working on the color matching. kinda hard since the scene is so blue and weird. guess i could have color corrected the video footage 1st but O WELL. it still looks so smooth and crisp. gonna grain dis bb up

in progress screen capture from after effects for scene 2 of my virtual install final animation. still got lots of render passes to complete - mostly occlusion, but for now im working on the color matching. kinda hard since the scene is so blue and weird. guess i could have color corrected the video footage 1st but O WELL. it still looks so smooth and crisp. gonna grain dis bb up

pretty much done with scene 1 of 2 for my 3d compositing final. pretty happy with this scene. its about 50 sec. and the other one is around 20. i def should have animated the tablecloth cuz like the wind is blowing the trees around so violently in the footage i shot and the 3d renders the tablecloth doesnt move at it ahhahaha crap

pretty much done with scene 1 of 2 for my 3d compositing final. pretty happy with this scene. its about 50 sec. and the other one is around 20. i def should have animated the tablecloth cuz like the wind is blowing the trees around so violently in the footage i shot and the 3d renders the tablecloth doesnt move at it ahhahaha crap

code final - ortho top view render (with a cool belly 4 fun) just to see the design better

code final - ortho top view render (with a cool belly 4 fun) just to see the design better

code final

code final

code final

code final

code final 

code final 

my final project for my code class is playing with permanence and impermanence mostly through the body and experience of femininity. im also just trying to figure out how digital fabrication fits into my practice……
the project as a whole will (hopefully) have a video piece and accompanying sculptural wall forms made of the “props” im fabricating for the video. the props are laser cut acrylic and 3D prints among other materials such as liquid latex and tempura. so part of the project entailed scanning my collection of temporary tattoos that ive been keeping since childhood (why didnt i just use them???? thats what they are for idk idk) along with appropriating google images. i then trace modeled them and extruded them in maya and rhino. these 3D prints will be covered in liquid latex and used as surreal prosthetic body modifications for video/photography. did a couple quick renders of the models and recreated what they will eventually look like in hand and colored. 
AS ALWAYSSS im interested in tackiness, arts n crafts tropes, sexuality, nostalgia, and vanity. the laser cut portion of the project involves scanning toilet paper designs and using the laser engraved acylic as a shadow stencil for body marking and real permanent tattoos. (yikes) big project. hope i can finish it in time. laser cutting and 3d printing disasters have really eaten up a lot of work time ugh. had another failed print today!!!!!!

my final project for my code class is playing with permanence and impermanence mostly through the body and experience of femininity. im also just trying to figure out how digital fabrication fits into my practice……

the project as a whole will (hopefully) have a video piece and accompanying sculptural wall forms made of the “props” im fabricating for the video. the props are laser cut acrylic and 3D prints among other materials such as liquid latex and tempura. so part of the project entailed scanning my collection of temporary tattoos that ive been keeping since childhood (why didnt i just use them???? thats what they are for idk idk) along with appropriating google images. i then trace modeled them and extruded them in maya and rhino. these 3D prints will be covered in liquid latex and used as surreal prosthetic body modifications for video/photography. did a couple quick renders of the models and recreated what they will eventually look like in hand and colored. 

AS ALWAYSSS im interested in tackiness, arts n crafts tropes, sexuality, nostalgia, and vanity. the laser cut portion of the project involves scanning toilet paper designs and using the laser engraved acylic as a shadow stencil for body marking and real permanent tattoos. (yikes) big project. hope i can finish it in time. laser cutting and 3d printing disasters have really eaten up a lot of work time ugh. had another failed print today!!!!!!

likeafieldmouse:

Mary Weatherford - Bakersfield Paintings (2012)

aestheticgoddess:

Carlos Cruz Diez, Chromosaturation

aestheticgoddess:

Carlos Cruz Diez, Chromosaturation

nickhussong:

Ryoji Ikeda “supersymmetry”

concernedresidentofbakerstreet:

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Blouse Collars, 1940s-50s - By Charlotte Dymock.

there was a lot of bullshit in the forties and fifties but the style was not part of it