Category Archive: development

Exhibition preparation

A week ago, I was on my way to Lithuania to begin install my solo exhibition. I was tired, but didn’t feel tired and just kept editing all my works every freaking moment.… Continue reading

Don’t be afraid – I have candy…

Once I found out that I am having an exhibition, I really wanted to do a lot. To animate all my ideas I have and what I have been planning for a while.… Continue reading

Yellow Water

I hate to say I had a vision, but I did.  I had an image of yellow water spill and a puddle. Nothing in particular, just running water, splashes and drops. Looping video.… Continue reading

More freedom and more animation

This last month has been hectic – I really had to push myself and draw as much as I can. I always used to think that once you are set for animation and… Continue reading

Bigger scale

After my last tutorial I agreed with myself try and draw on bigger scale. My lightpad is A4 size and I should use all the space I can get. I never really thought… Continue reading

Projection installation planning

I have to get better at writing posts and documenting my work progress and processes. It is hard to combine everything, since I started working full time, but I am happy that it… Continue reading

Watercolour is fun!

After I did animation in watercolour, I was very eager to do more of it! I don’t have much time to experiment, but I can make few sketches and make sure what would… Continue reading

Rough detailed

I completely forgot about these sketches I started doing them after Unit 1 assessment feedback. I had nothing particular in my mind, but I wanted to keep working on my stories, although make… Continue reading

Animated watercolour

After a group crit and finalizing everything for the Unit 1 assessment I decided to try what I have always wanted – animate watercolour drawing. I knew it was going to take a… Continue reading

Material for Group Crit

I can’t believe it has been a year since I started working on this project. Many ups and downs, many questions arisen, doubts and worries, and many steps back. When I look back… Continue reading