Unit 3 3D Visual Communica1on in Art and Design Alicia Taylor
Practice analysisMusic Video Analysis Of Monsters And Men – Li0le Talks
Black and white un1l you see the female who is colourful. The birds, monsters also colourful than the background and the men. Sound quite fast Drawing aﬀect Use of detail Female has feathers as if she’s turning into a bird
Practice analysisMusic Video Analysis Flyer ﬂies – Old City
80’s 90’s toys, TV Moving objects, colour Old fashion Modern technology as well as old Music coordinated Ligh1ng Childhood, dream like coming to life (toy story) Boys room, theatre set Past building up Robo1c sound New style music in an old environment Installa1on room.
Evalua1on I would keep the uses of colours, and the design on the paper. The yellow and pink colours worked together giving bits of orange effect. Using also white paper with black writing on gave a good effect to finish it off. The paper mache as they stuck really well together and. Used loud colours making the roughness from the PVA glue, making it stick together. 2 paper mache cup and wire was successful as the paper mache was colourful, creative as well as the wire. The cup wouldn’t come out of the paper and was stuck meaning it wouldn't come out which was left. The wire was hard to balance up straight in the way I wanted it to. The colour I used in my work is yellow tissue paper, pink and green. Yellow is a bright colour and makes it stand out and eye-catching to look at, plus I used pink and green which made it more interesting to see.
The material I used was… • Paper (news paper) • PVA glue • Tissue paper
Start of the Wire Sculpture
Complete Wire Sculptures
Evalua1on Trying geXng the material as smooth to give it a more eﬀec1ve look and be able to get it what you want as I wanted it to be a man standing but as turned to a woman who has no head, pregnant. Apart from the turn out it s1ll looked aﬀec1ve and unique to anything else.
I modeled wire and plaster to make an addi1on of the wire sculpture. Materials I used was… wire paper cloth plaster
Antony Gormley The sculpture is a man crouching down and is in front of a beach meaning the man maybe watching the sea from a diﬀerent height. The sculpture has a story behind it as a man is crouching down of the sea, looking relaxed and it is seen it has strength but also weakness. The sculpture seems to have a purpose as it shows how powerless the man is because it is crouching down as if it cannot sit. The ar1st, Antony Gromley could worked from memory as it could be him, himself or someone could inspire him to make the sculpture. Also it can be real life as he is at the sea himself watching a person crouching down.
Antony Gormley, 26 metres “Crouching Man”. Netherlands 17 September.
Ordinary and Extraordinary
Evalua1on I based my work from the crea1on of my mind. As I like to draw nature, birds, insects trees. The colour is black and white to give more a eﬀec1ve look of detail within the rose and plants. I start to use ink and create something ordinary by folding sheets of paper, cuts and turning it into something realis1c. I used paper and making all the nega1ve space turning into posi1ve bring it out as 3D, the bird looks as if it’s coming out of the paper as well as the ﬂowers going diﬀerent direc1ons as it’s a maize. A smooth but sharp look as the detail of the tones is sharp but the ﬂowing of the ﬂowers are smooth. The meaning is life is a mad thing meaning life is a rollercoaster of up and down emo1ons, what to do in life. There isn’t really a meaning behind the work but its what interests me during life, of how nature was created, how crea1ve it is and crea1on of the mind. Which is linked to art as there is many crea1ons and how it was made, who made it.
Nature -‐ birds, ﬂowers.
Crea1ve ideas from my mind
Ordinary and Extraordinary
Crea1ve thoughts, the image
Black and White
3D Tone form/shape 2D becoming 3D
Card Black Ink Water Paint Brushes Scissors Scalpel
Peter Callesen Callesen most well known work is folding sheets of paper, he cuts the paper and turns it into something realistic. The reason why he uses the material paper is because we use it in everyday life. He uses the use of positive and negative space to bring it out as it is 3D, the bird looks as if it’s coming out of the paper. Plain white paper, simple form grays of the shadows. Sharp and defined as the shadow behind the 3D bird and 3D flower. Shape as a bird, coming out of the paper to make it 3D and realistic. Smooth looking which a sharp look within the wings. The lighting showing the shadow is more deep. The nature of the birds ready to fly towards the flower. Bird flying into the air to be free of everything and let loose of everything. It is telling us t be free and express yourself. The dark shadow represents the pass is dark and the bird flying is the future is bright. Make us think about to be free in life, in nature and to not let anyone get away in what you want to do and follow the path in what you want to do as the bird is flying towards the flower. The artist worked from memory by using paper creatively but mainly real life as it is nature with the bird about to fly and realistic looking. He worked from a photograph.
Paul Â Chan Â Paul Chan colour use is mainly black and white but some are colour which is multicoloured. Chan is most known for getting images and putting it on a projector making it come out of the screen on the wide negative space on the floor making this positive look with the tree. Sharp and defined as the shadow of a tree as 3D and the shape of the tree, as if its coming out of the window making it 3D and realistic shadow on the ground. It looks smooth but with sharp look within the leaves of the tree which a sharp and the trunks. The lighting showing the shadow is more deep and dark, noticing what the image is of the tree. The meaning of the Paul Chan art is to get through to people about the nature of treeâ€™s, that trees are natures beautiful things as we take trees for granted as we use for paper. The multicoloured and the light effects it as they give us light, and mostly give us the oxygen. I think there is a story somewhere behind this tree to give a bold look and the different size of the leaves also some one image of the tree overlapping on over one another. The out of space of the frame to try and be seen. Make us think about the negative space turning into positive space by just one little thing which is ordinary looking to see on the plan white ground. Chan work is real life as its images of nature of trees, people. Which links to my work of nature.
Jaako MaXla Jaako Mattila work is mainly black and white and a lot of use of ink. The different shaped of black and white giving more depth and detail. His work is a look of natural history with two birds together which make creative and life. The plants growing, the bird growing together in life and not being apart from one another. Large plant in the middle of the page with other different sized plants surrounding the plant, being together and coming out of the page. Smooth and defined as the different manner of the plants together but are diverse directions. The detail of flowers looking as if its coming out of the paper to make it have features of different tomes of realistic.
Nature has high and lows, big and small impressions as you don’t know what's going happens in life. In life everything is different and nature is life, life is not perfect. Life is high and low with everything with the birds together one going up and the other going down. Separating and going different directions in life, follow your dreams. Being with someone but then going separate ways and different directions in life. Thinking about nature of being free in what you want to do in life, not let anyone get away in what you want to do and follow the path in what you want to do as the bird is flying towards the flower. Mattila work is based on real life of nature but gives us think of what he is trying to tell in his work.
Zadok Ben David
Zadok Ben David Zadok Ben David too uses black and white in his work. His most well known work is the paper coming out of the paper, he cuts the paper and turns it into something practical and rational. The reason why he uses the material paper is because we use it in everyday life. Ben David uses the use of positive and negative space to bring it out as it is 3D, the flowers coming out look as if its ready to grow, nature of the plant. Sharp and fine cuts curled look within the realistically flower. Singular sizes and looks with the flowers growing, going different directions. Shading and tone makes the growing plants more unusual looking as pragmatic.
Ben David’s work often references his Yemeni heritage and its oral traditions, symbolism, illusions and cave paintings. In addition, his work also pays attention to and inspired by alternative influences such as scientific documentation, hand coloured illustrations from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. There is a story within his work as to why create plants growing from out of the paper and recycling the material to making what its come from. Thinking of the start of life having something little and different. Ben David work is something memorable to real life as from the start being nothing to something so big and outstanding of creation.