I made this using construction paper cutouts. To give a silhouette look to the piece, I used black paper for the objects and high contrast between the objects and the background. I believe my finest work to be between 20 and 27 seconds, as the animation there is the most smooth.
Demons are often described as evil spirits and are found in all kinds of media. In religions, such as Christianity, they are described as fallen angels that seek to wreak havoc.
In this animation, a modest circle becomes a flustered diamond. To show the emotion of modest, I made a plain with nothing special about it. When the square comes in, I made the circle look shy to help display modesty. To show the diamond being flustered, I made it change colors and shake to show it being sort of embarrassed.
For this painting, I used patterns and colors to create something that pops out to the eye. I mixed different shades and intensities of the same color to bring them forward or to set them back. Lines in the painting separate them from other parts and bring about a feeling of layering.
This is the beginning of my phenakistoscope. I made this using the laser printer and then cleaning it up using an x-acto knife.