What’s up everyone?
Crazy that I’m writing this from my living room table, now fully defined as my at-home workspace.
Depuis la confinement a commence il a ete difficile vraiment de faire la majorité de chose. Mais, je voudrais finir de fort au Université du Colorado Boulder . Par example, je voudrais créer un bien projet finale de cette classe.
J’ai étudié de fractales pour la premiere temps depuis ma deuxième ans d’université. La projet finale pour ma classe, les systèmes de dynamique et chaotique, a exploree les fractales en nature. Les fractales sont très intéressantes vraiment et quelquefois des concertes et festivals les fractals utilizer avec la musique.
J’adore la musique, donc c’est mon attempt de faire un peu d’art pendant des temps difficile. Particulièrement, mon objectives pour cette project, la dimension quatrième, sont: i. d’étudier la python ii. de faire des relations avec artistes internationales. iii. d’étudier l’Adobe iv. de faire un chose créatif
S’il vous plait, regardez ma filme. Merci merci. Cheers!
- Writing python classes for upper_square, square, and circle
- Converting to .mp4
- Reaching out to artists and researching music
- Creating text frames in Adobe Illustrator
- Import everything into Adobe After Effects
- Hours and hours and hours of editing
- Drafting, watching, re-watching, taking notes for improvement, making revisions
- Final Draft
For some reason, python was the most intimidating. I think it may have taken the least amount of time, however, I never figured out how to make a koch curve, like I had originally hoped. More to come…
- Adobe exporting time
- Adobe bugs
- Empty my cache
- Couldn’t figure out koch curve or Sierpinski
- DIdn’t even up using a few tracks because i didn’t want to just “rip from youtube”…
- I got to learn python
- I got to learn adobe
- I got to practice writing in french
- I got to listen to awesome music!
- I did a thing in the quarantine 🙁
I really like how you did a lot of the fractal patterns mathematically, some of them must have been a real head scratcher! I also really like how you took a different approach from most others by using digital media to fulfill your aesthetic as opposed to a physical artifact.
I like how you included snippets from the news about coronavirus. With how the class has had to change, and how our day to day lives have had to change, it really helps bring together the whole video in the context of where we are right now.
I really like the consistent aesthetic of the video. You obviously put a lot of time into the actual production as well as the learning curve for visual programming in python.
I really enjoyed how unique and specific your aesthethic was. I don’t think many others narrowed down their aesthethic that well. It’s cool that you were always planning on a digital project so your digital product seems complete and not like a backup. It was also really cool the way you worked applied math into your fractals
As a neutral question, what influenced which fractal design was paired with which track of music?