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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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The Drawing Process

The footage has been edited and assembled into the software. I begin the usual systematic approach in the process. First, by looking at areas of footage which are clearly visible and areas which are not. When footage is difficult to … Continue reading

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Translucency

Inspired by bottled ornamental translucent fish being sold in a department store in Tokyo last summer, I began working on a project (Translucency). Rob, a work colleague, who also happens to be a comic artist and D.J. kindly modelled for … Continue reading

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‘Cicadas, Crackling and Popping Wet Wood and Lost Laughter in the Breeze’

As well as being glued to the cricket, yesterday afternoon was spent designing the audio in Audacity for the rotoscope animation in my last project, Don’t Have Nightmares 0.2: The Tokyo Underground.  The audio is made up from an eclectic … Continue reading

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The Tokyo Underground: Project Presentation (June 2015)

My last project (Don’t Have Nightmares 0.2: The Tokyo Underground) was to be shown earlier this month to my peers. However, and unfortunately, due to time limitations, the project didn’t get a critique (gutted!). Final Reflections: To be honest, I don’t … Continue reading

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Bruce Lee, Audrey Hepburn and the ethics of digital necromancy -Hannah Ellis-Petersen

The American actress, Janet Leigh was born in 1927 and died in 2004 at the age of 77. My last project, Don’t Have Nightmares 0.1, involved taking a segment of icon cinematic footage from the film Psycho and animating approximately … Continue reading

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February 2015 Activity Summary

Posts 10 Skype Online Chats: 2 Books Psycho in the Shower- Philip J. Skerry Overview Sound I’ve worked quite extensively on sound this month, the stimulus coming from the workshops. I’m getting used to the Audacity interface and every time I … Continue reading

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