Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Monochrome dots

primative pointillism. recording the exotic along with the everyday. Askari tribesmen under German command during WW1 and a fleeing water buffalo.

Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Black and White work

I have begun to move away from the dots, and more onto other ways of capturing the projected imagery. In this first one I have combined the foreign, the exotic, and combined it with something familiar - cow, trees; cultures together.

In this second one I have used the negative space of the dots instead. I like the work like this, but may continue to do the whole image of the girl.

3D Pointilism and Posca pens

Project is in for uni and continued with dot work, branching into 3D by making my own old style blue and red 3D glasses then projecting images I made into 3D.

(it looks good in 3D)

also bought some Posca pens (recommended by Gemma Timson) and experimented with them

Friday, 12 November 2010

Outside Projections

me and Adam Robertson decided to experiment with the projector outside. hopefully this leads to other things.

Thursday, 11 November 2010

Pointillist work

Two new pieces, continuing with the Pointillist technique. I realised the dots come out as cyan, magenta, yellow and black because of the way the inket printer prints my slides, so using the colours as dots.