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Underdrawing

In this extract from The Secrets of Drawing: All in the Mind (episode 3)  Art critic, Andrew Graham-Dixon touches briefly on  underdrawing . Using drawing as my main tool and central in my process, I found this extract of the series … Continue reading

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Sequence Five Motion Tween

Throughout the project I’ve been texturing and rendering countless frames though not a motion tween. Using the revised Sequence Five which comprises of 75 frames , here I’ve textured each frame individually. Below are the sequences, the second being textured … Continue reading

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Cyclogeography 5: Somewhere in Asia

When I was younger I used to watch re-runs of the stylish 60s TV cop series The Man From Uncle. Still like watching them now. Occasionally, a pre-sequence of an episode would typically begin with someone pursing someone with deadly … Continue reading

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Project Proposal 4.0

PROJECT PROPOSAL 4.0 Working Title:  Don’t Have Nightmares 0.3: Disruptive Technologies Aims and objectives: To create a persuasive narrative which explicates how technology is increasingly changing the shape in which we process information which is affecting the ability to concentrate … Continue reading

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September 2016 Activity Summary

It’s good to be back on the course though to be honest, I feel I  never left. Just needed some time to fill in the gaps that I couldn’t achieve while working during Year One. Anyway, there has been quite … Continue reading

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Cyclogeography 4: Spinning Tins & Rusty Ruins

Mikajima, Saitama, Japan I cycled through and around Mikajima one ferociously, hot afternoon early this month. Mikajima is a very rural area of Tokorozawa-shi , Saitama in Japan. In the middle of nowhere I felt, surrounded by fields, farms, orchards, … Continue reading

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Cyclogeography 3:Tokyo to Saitama Drift

Drift Starting & Ending Points: Narita Higashi (Suginami-ku, Tokyo) -Nishi Sayamagaoka-Tokorozawa-shi, Saitama)  Distance (approx) 20 miles/33 kilometres An unusually bigger drift than normal. In fact, the starting and ending points are where I used to live to where I live … Continue reading

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Laura Oldfield Ford

Earlier this year I went to an exhibition followed by a discussion at  The Towner Gallery  in Eastbourne called Recording Britain  . I witnessed some fascinating drawings and paintings from a variety of British artists. Most of the artwork in the collection is between … Continue reading

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Me on Portraiture

At the end of last month I finished off the drawings for my project. Now I’m at the sorting, assembling, and ordering stage in the hope that a bolt of lightning might occur and I’m able to advance round the … Continue reading

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Sequence 11 and Consultation

I haven’t been writing about my practice for a while now. It’s not that I’m procrastinating or anything, far from it, it’s just that I don’t want to bore myself with the project. It’s easy to do that when you’re … Continue reading

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