For this virtual reality piece, I was wanted to make an experience that was clean, and modern with personality. I tend to use a lot of geometric shapes in my artwork because they can give a piece structure and depth. I used triangles because I think you can do so much with a this simple shape and make different triangles. I drew the triangles without using a straight line tool because, it gives the piece character, and it makes more personal. I used the color white because I didn’t want the color to take away from the structure. When I think of white, I think modern and crisp.
While making this bridge like structure, I used gravity sketch. I sketched it literally up and over me. This way, I could make it exactly the how I wanted it to feel, which is refreshing and open.
With the hand drawn lines and the different shade of white, It lets the piece have these perfect imperfections.
For this exercise, I used the corner pin tool with keyframes to make the sky move. I masked the horizon so that it would not move with the sky.
For this piece, I wanted to take a simple clip and bring it to life. I chose to use the scribble effect because I felt it best fit with the clip the most. I Wanted it to have a playful feel to it as the brush came down to get the paint. Since the video is on the darker side, I used brighter colors to make it pop. There is some subtle glitching in the beginning and end. I added this to let the viewer know that there is more to come leading up to the animated part. The glitching in the end is more to close the piece. I wanted the glitch to be more subtle so that the viewer has to pay more attention to what might happen.
This is a windbreaker that I bought from the thrift store. I painted triangles throughout the jacket and added some red patches as well. There are sleeves that are detachable which makes this jacket more flexible to certain needs.
For this piece, I bleached a flannel shirt. I dripped and rubbed in the bleach to give it a messy look. to connect this piece to the blue windbreaker, “CREATE” is painted in the front, and “DREW” is painted on the other sleeve. I screen printed the back. The print on the back is of a work I made in virtual reality.