Monthly Archives: March 2011

Entry 3. The Idea

The concept idea is to incorporate reality in to my project by building up to a climax which explains what is happening. The idea is that the main character (me) is experiencing a very surreal dream but is unaware of … Continue reading

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How I feel about Vanessa’s work

I’ve noticed that her work mainly consists of collaged images, that include pictures of women, some that look like they’re fashion photography. I like they way that she uses image manipulation in her pieces, like cutting out faces and tearing … Continue reading

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Vanessa Lamounier de Assis

After viewing many artists work i came across digital artist Vanessa Lamounier de Assis. Origionally from Brazil but residing in the Netherlands, Rotterdam digital artist and photographer has worked with artists such as James Gallagher and photographer Lidy Jacobs. After looking at … Continue reading

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Entry 2. Storyboard/Brainstorm

(Click on blog to view storyboard) These were the ideas pieced together from my brainstorm to create a story board which covers the process of the slideshow as well as how I’m going to create and edit my images and … Continue reading

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The Problem

Whilst doing this project I have occured a number of problems that really slow me down. It will soon be time to create the with the images and I fear that no images will be created as I am too … Continue reading

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My Ideas

I am now going to list a few ideas down that i have for my final piece. My first idea is similar to ‘Own World’ By Jerico Santander i will have a close up picture of a human face preferably … Continue reading

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Surrealism is a cultural movement that began in the early 1920s, and is best known for the visual artworks and writings of the group members. Surrealist works feature the element of surprise, unexpected juxtapositions and non sequitur; however, many Surrealist … Continue reading

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