The amazing Cameron W. was the first person who figure out how to make complementary colors animated and painful. Ow!!!!
Another wonderful piece by the equally wonderful Kylie B! This assignment was part of a general assignment that included some written work about the artist Miyamoto, the guy that created Donkey Kong. That’s why it looks somewhat copied/derivative . I hope all my students have learned something and have enjoyed studying famous, successful, contemporary artists working in graphic design as much as I have.
I don’t remember who did this, ‘gotta find out.
Anthony did a nice fish swallowing a blue bubble.
Trent S. did a good job with this walking guy assignment.
Ethan W. did a very nice drawing/gif of a house being built. I’m thinking this will be a good assignment for all….Building something will make successive frames easy to construct in Piskel.
Anthony B. did a great job with the walking man problem!
This page/post will be a loose collection of gifs made using Piskel, an online program that seems to run and save ok on Chrombooks.
Sayid did a nice castle here! The clouds move nicely.
Ayumi did a nice full piece here, blue dragon breathing fire, sky, moving clouds, a lot of stuff going on!
Mr. Anthony P. did a great castle with some character movement, it looks great!
Tyler did another good one above with the drawing appearing in a succession of frames.
Here’s a great looking rocket taking off done by the most talented Luke N.
A nice landscape with moving clouds and a fire breathing dragon by Ms. Kylie B. Looks amazing!
The one’s above would be Anthony’s.
This would be Tyler’s
Cameron did a nice one here, I like the eye roll!
Another one by Anthony, great, simple dragon shape.
Another one by incomparable Tyler. Mouth and fire action, way to go!