Month: February 2017

Digital Tools: The Art of the GIF

Digital Tools: The Art of the GIF   I can’t say that I was inspired by one artist per-say, but more so a specific style....

Digital Tools: The Art of The Gif

  This GIF (much like the others that I have made) came about largely by accident. I began making the pattern by kind of stamping...

Digital Tools: The Art of the GIF

  The above GIF was inspired by Joe Maccarone, a Baltimore illustrator who is known for his surreal animated GIFS. His GIFs usually feature several cartoony illustrations...

Digital Tools: The Art of the GIF

This GIF was inspired by Valentine’s Day–and the notion that love can cross boundaries no matter where or from who the love comes from. Also,...

Digital Tools: The Art of the GIF

I used one of my favorite tiles for the Gif above. What I really became interested in, and what is very evident in the Gif...

Digital Tools: The Art of the GIF

For this project, I was inspired by a variety of sources. For the first gif, Windows, I was inspired by the shadows of my windows...

Digital Tools: The Art of the GIF

(I know that this is late, but it’s been a long week…)   This one is a color-over of the pattern I did a week...

Digital Tools: The Art of the GIF

  An artist that has inspired me is Patakk.  Their work is geometric and tends to shift between different shapes.  I like the simplicity of the...

Digital Tools: The Art of the GIF

This was the final GIF I made. It originated from a brush I made that depicts the shape of cattails, and I used the Fractal...

Nonlinear Narrative: Heretic Postmortem

  Game Design and Non-Linearity  Heretic is a 2D PRG that follows a young girl living a barren village. Resources are slim, the soil is untenable,...