Tuesday, December 22, 2009

The end of layout class

I just had my last Layout and Design class

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Working on layout assignments

I'm really torn between really picturesque nature backgrounds like from Bambi and the subject of bleak middle America scenes. Even though I wonder if it's fair of me to call them bleak since I've never lived around. I remember in freshman year I was really into upstate NY and highway peripherals (and I tried not to sleep on overnight greyhound trips to Montreal) so my step dad drove my family upstate for one night to a Comfortable Inn and I took pictures of the scenery. Here are some from that trip, which I'm thinking about using for Poynter stuff if I can somehow make it layouty. The problem is how to maintain the feeling of it after deleting the motion from them.

For the interiors I was thinking about doing something really regal and french/english mansion, but then I saw some 101 Dalmation backgrounds from inside the house where they're all captured, and then I read about the Collyer brothers so I really want to do that! But I also feel gross about indulging in fascination about them.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Can't Elope with a Cantaloupe!

I thought of that pun last night

Can't elope with a cantaloupe
Don't elope with my cantaloupe
But we can marry at Timbuktu
My charming little honey dew

I'm spending my Sunday cleaning and listening to David Grisman, but really I should be working on school.

A figure drawing update, but from earlier in the semester.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Figure drawings

Steven Gaffney's life drawing class is so fresh. Some drawings from the first day and an old one from freshman year that I found.


Thursday, August 6, 2009

Shots from Trail of Crumbs

Screen shots from my second year film at SVA with Celia Bullwinkle called "Trail of Crumbs" which traces the journey of bread from farm to table. Rebecca Sugar came up with the title in a Hansel and Gretel reference - which I thought was brilliant since the film is about wasted effort and the elusiveness of origins (well, in modern agriculture).

Wednesday, July 29, 2009