Abstract Art, Design Discourse

Origin of animation

In todays “design discourse” session we explored the abstract side of animation. To do so we studied the works of various artists who revolutionised the art world itself. This subject gained my interest due to the fact that before these methods of animation were used, the closest thing we had to a motion picture was paintings and drawings which expressed the different forms of motion that were taking place.

Here are some examples

https://goo.gl/images/zqdiIP                                       https://goo.gl/images/74mDIy

What I love about these types of paintings is that by capturing the different motions of that object you also create detailed and visually very intriguing pieces of art. I might attempt a few myself for notes.





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