Category Archive: Reflective journal

Interview

On a day of my exhibition opening I was interviewed by young art critic. The interview is published in lithuanian, and some tried translating using google translate, but it wasn’t accurate. Somes languages… Continue reading

I know what you are up to

‘I know what you are up to’ Solo exhibition VDU Menų Galerija 101 25/4/2018 – 4/5/2018   I can’t believe I made an exhibition. My solo exhibition. Might sound funny, but it was… Continue reading

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

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

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

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