…and drank the Water that extinguished the Fire that burnt the Stick that beat the Dog that bit the Cat that ate the Goat that my father bought for two zuzim. Chad Gadya
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Most natural movements – runs, walks, gallops – follow wave patterns. But it’s very difficult for me to analyze such movements so I can recreate them in animation.
For this experiment I worked backwards, first creating the simple wave movements (above) and then combining them into a gallop (below).
The legs are swinging back and forth …
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Approximately 32″ square. Cotton fabric, cotton/bamboo batting, rayon thread. Machine embroidery, quilting, trapplique.
I’m submitting this in Art Quilts because there’s no “animation” category in the Blogger’s Quilt Festival. I’m happy to have it in an online show, because you can easily see it animated:
Each block of the quilt is a frame in the animated …
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Super high-res (800 dpi) image at archive.org!
I recently dug up, scanned and restored this cartoon I drew in 1984 for the Uni High yearbook. It makes me nostalgic not for school (for which I still carry much resentment*) but for the glorious escape drawing provided those years. There were no art classes at Uni …
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