Welcome to this brand new website with incredible images, various videos and interesting information, but also some things that may have to be added or fixed in the future. This site is not perfect yet, but honestly, who really is?
Words in Motion is a series of audiovisual interpretations of words. This video about the word "complexity" is the beginning of this series.
I'm sorry for not having posted anything in a while, I had been working on projects for university and then I was on holidays for two weeks.
This is a photo series I have made for photography class, as a result of the task of creating a stylised photo series. As I didn't have a lot of time to work on this, I decided to go with the first idea that came into my mind, which basically was to take fruits (and vegetables) and put them into snow. That's it.
Today I will show you an unfinished project that I am working on right now for my typography class in uni: A poster about reality and utopia.
Looking through my old files, I found an old animation project, which I had not been able to render myself at that time. Being able to use a render farm now, I decided to finally render it out. I quickly added some sounds in Final Cut and now, here it is:
Last week. I was sitting in a class called "communication theory", the only theoretical class I have in Uni. Being bored of what we did, which basically was close to nothing, and that in the slowest way possible, I started doodling as I generally tend to do in this particular class (did I mention that it was a little bit boring?). This is the result, which I call "Light in a Black Box (-Model of Communication)".
Still trying to make this blog a kind of simultaneous documentation of what I am working on, here is another task we got in our first weeks at university: Illustrate your favourite place/location. As I had just moved in with my girlfriend, I didn't know any cool places in the surroundings of our new home, so I decided to illustrate the giant couch she had brought with her. I took a few weeks to make sketches and to find the right perspective, which I then tried to perfect.
As an exercise for layouting, our professor, who had built a complex structure out of our chairs and desks before the class started, asked us to draw parts of the structure, concentrating on shapes, surfaces and lines. We drew whatever we found to be interesting into small squares (about ten by ten centimetres). The purpose of this task was to find out, what simple combinations of lines and shapes might look interesting as a small composition, considering the possibility of putting content like images or texts into the shapes later.
In order to understand the basics of three dimensional geometry and the proportions of simple objects, we built some objects out of paper and arranged them. Afterwards we tried to draw this arrangement with the right proportions. Our professor gave us a tip which allowed us to achieve much better results: He told us to draw every connection between points, even if the two points aren't actually connected, and to measure distances and such using our pencil by holding it with an extended arm in front of us.