Once I had the image I wanted to work with (Post 1) and a general structure/framework (Post 2) I began animating. I started by doing a few quick sketches to plan the motion path: As usual, the first one was for warm up but not very satisfying, the motion was too stiff, not much going on… Read more »
Cycles, animation and sculpture. Combining pre-cinematic technology with modern digital techniques. Overall a delightful combination with a mesmerizing result.
Hypnotic film with cycles.
Minimalist symphony on film!
I first saw this film during my first year at USC in Christine Panushka’s animation history class. I usually get excited to see animation by independent artists but experiencing this one projected from a film print was very moving and inspiring. I was fascinated by so many aspects of what seems to be a very… Read more »