Category Archive: Reflective journal

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What are you up to?   After months of drawing and worrying, I finally finished this! From many stories I collected and planned to do, I managed to animate the streetwalker. Something is… Continue reading

Plant animation

I had this idea for a very long time. I wanted to animate the plant moving. Its branches. Being funky and all.   Once I felt that I am getting better at after… 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

Changing shoes

How long does it take to change the shoes? Weeks.   And it is not done yet.     Recently, I was working on this changing shoes moment. It is still very rough… Continue reading

Sketching

With my fancy pastel pencils I started to sketch and do some brainstorming for my backgrounds. Yes, it is still a headache to me, but, oh well, I can’t just do it anyhow… Continue reading

Testing

I often know what I am doing or what I have to do. From the early beginning I was sure what I am making, I ┬áhad my stories ready and all was needed… Continue reading

Thoughts about MPR

Yesterday was a long day, but very productive. Not that I’ve made or created something, I have made decisions based on others’ comments. Sometimes all you need is just to hear. Without trying… Continue reading

What is human nature?

I started my project with the main focus on ethics in public. Somehow I enjoy observing strangers in various public places and analyzing their behaviour. But nothing fascinates me as inappropriate actions, leading… Continue reading

Low residency I

  I spent almost two weeks in London, doing Low Residency as a part of my course. It wasn’t mandatory, but I felt like I needed to be there and get this experience.… Continue reading