Francis Upritchard: ‘Wetwang Slack’

  Contrasting with Barbican's Brutalist architecture, New Zealand-born artist, Francis Upritchard, has exhibited a range of her colourful and bizarre works there. The exhibition consists of many different hand crafted objects, all carefully modelled in a variety of media and showing great attention to detail. Some weird and fanciful multi-armed figures, deformed sculptures of different … Continue reading Francis Upritchard: ‘Wetwang Slack’

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Collection Book

So, I have finally came into the end of designing my Collection portfolio book, as part of my second CIP project brief. I have decided to make it square 210x210cm and to print it through youloveprint.co.uk on 170gsm uncoated paper adding the cover of 350gsm. It consists of 44 pages in total and it includes … Continue reading Collection Book

Microsoft Surface, Final Video

https://vimeo.com/269403985 So, here is the final Microsoft Surface video I made for my last CIP project. It is 53 second long and includes the recordings I took at China Town. I have also used original sound and voices from there, as I thought it accomplished the whole thing quite well. Overall, this was short, quite … Continue reading Microsoft Surface, Final Video

Microsoft Surface, Storyboard

The idea for my film was to record some video footages in China Town, so to pretend that the lost tourist, which my film is about, is actually there - in China. Next, I asked my friend to act for me and recorded him on my camera walking around and looking for a place to … Continue reading Microsoft Surface, Storyboard

Microsoft Surface Research

Microsoft is an American multinational technology corporation founded by Paul Allen and Bill Gates in 1975. In 2012 they launched Microsoft Surface. It is a series of touchscreen Windows computers and interactive whiteboards. Today it comprises of four generations of hybrid tablets, 2-in-one detachable notebooks, convertible desktop all-in-one, an interactive whiteboard and many various accessories … Continue reading Microsoft Surface Research

Roman Road Visual Proposal

For my Roman Road visual proposal I have decided to project my montage sequence onto the real Cranbrook Estate building. I've tried projection mapping technique first to display this on the 3D model I created, and then I've made some promotional posters in Photoshop visualising it in a real world. Here they are: Now, I'm … Continue reading Roman Road Visual Proposal

Projection Mapping 3

So, finally I made it happen. My third and last projection mapping ended up smoothly and successfully. I kept the same model to project on and just used different camera trying different settings, which finally resulted without showing flickered lights on my video. Here are some stills from it: All in all, this was a … Continue reading Projection Mapping 3

Projection Mapping Workshop 2

So, as my first projection went unsuccessful I tried to have another go and hoping to make it look better I simplified my 3D model. I went for a plain light background this time and a simple plain rectangle foam piece. Also this time, I have used two projectors instead of one, and had one … Continue reading Projection Mapping Workshop 2

Projection Mapping Workshop 1

So, the other day we had our first projection mapping workshop. After being instructed on some basic technical things, we were then introduced to Millumin projection mapping software and showed how the software can interact with a projector and how to fit any desired image onto the surface of the object. Next, I used my … Continue reading Projection Mapping Workshop 1