Monthly Archives: May 2016

3D Design Final

Figurative Sculpture: This sculpture is figurative in that it is an almost exact shape of a duck. Sculpture using primarily point, line and plane: This piece was made using wire. It uses several points to create lines that ultimately form a … Continue reading

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The Creature With No Name

The creature with no name lurks throughout nature trying to find someplace to stay. Wherever he goes, he is turned away like a Frankenstein monster and is left to wander again. He has no name and doesn’t know if he … Continue reading

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Bone Study

When I think of a bone study, I imagine a bunch of separate bones drawn in preparation of a larger piece. This is what I was going for with my bone study. I utilized value change to create depth and … Continue reading

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Character Me

A character I created in Maya that is a representation of myself.

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The Senator

The government is a system of bureaucracy that is controlled tightly by elected and unelected officials who pull the strings of whoever they want for their interests. As a college student, I often hear many of my peers talk about … Continue reading

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Self Portrait

For my self portrait, I wanted to portray my general mood and feelings towards the world and life in general, which is usually bleak and dark. I usually describe myself as a very introverted person, and that, combined with my … Continue reading

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Creation Comic

Siddhartha Gautama is the founder of Buddhism and is commonly known in the religion and throughout the world as the Buddha, meaning ‘enlightened one.’ When he was young, an ascetic, Asita, came to his birth and declared that the child would … Continue reading

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