Category Archive: experiments

Hepatica

Žibutė in lithuanian or hepatica in english. This was the last animation made before exhibition. In my statement I mentioned that my main subject is a prostitute who works on the streets, but… Continue reading

Exhibition invitations

I was lucky and I didn’t need to create my own exhibition poster, so I just let some gallery volunteers go wild and make whatever. But since I am running and trying to… 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

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

Side project and experimentation

Around September I agreed to work on one project to make some animations and even though I had a very busy time with research paper and other experimentation, I managed to pull it… 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

The Black sketches

During the summer I was sketching and experimenting when I came up this series of The Black sketches. It started as a daily drawing project, which I am willing to continue and use… Continue reading

Painting

  I scrapped the idea of using real surrounds. I needed something surreal, something where I can use symbolism and create my own visual story.       So I picked up painting.… Continue reading

Scenography on paper

After I had a tutorial with Jonathan I started developing ideas for backgrounds. I have no idea why I wanted to keep it realistic, although, visually it wasn’t just it. The idea of… Continue reading