Author: Jessicahart

3-D to Electronic Flow

3-D to Electronic Flow Project #2 and #3: 

Project #2 was to create a 3-D project with a material of our choice and to think about how you would like to display that work whether it be with lights or in any digital enhancements. For my project, I had created a paper sculpture. I had manipulated the paper that I had and cut into it them into different shapes and sizes. Here are some images that represent my process stages for once I had assembled the paper:


After being given the suggestion to play with the idea of adding lighting with the piece, Farina and I had started to play around with lighting by taking photos and creating videos. Soon after some videos were made, Professor Seslow has suggested creating a gif version of the videos and photos and introduced us to the App Imgplay. Imgplay is GIF Maker App.This is an app that can make GIFs using photos, live photo, burst photos, and video at the easiest. You can also make animated GIFs or videos by editing only a part of the video. After playing with the app and creating a gif of my liking. I really enjoyed this project due to how I learned to take a 3-d Object and still create a 3-d form through a digital platform. The photo at the top is my finished product of the project.




2-D to Collaborative Assets

Class Project #1 Collaborative Assets

At the start of the semester, Our assignment was to create a 2-D project that we would eventually be used to create our assets for the next project. I worked with my hippo prints and cut them up to create something new. This was the first time I had cut up my work.

After the 2-D project, we learned in how to use the pen tool in Photoshop. We used it to grab one part of our image so that we would be able to make a collaborative piece. What we had created were called “assets”. These are my outcomes from the Collaborative Assets project:

I really enjoyed this project. I liked all the different outcomes. Most of the class either went for a very bright themed piece or had turned their work into black and white. Each piece is so different due to the fact that each person created a different narrative for their work. My favorite part of the whole project was actually taking everyone’s photos and trying to manipulate them into a piece of my own. I feel as thought my Giraffe piece is playing a game of “Can you find your photo?” and I feel that it adds a fun aspect to the project. This exercise will influence my work or process in the future maybe by having the ability to bring my work to the digital platform and creating something completely new just from a photo.


Jessica Hart