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2009-04-25

18:54 Design of the classification and methodology (English) <br> <br> 1 Design Design <br> <br> 2 Modern Design Modern Design <br> <br> 3 Arts and Crafts Design Craft Design <br> <br> 4 Industrial Design Industrial Design <br> <br> 5 general industrial design Genealized Industrial Design <br> <br> 6 narrow industrial design Narrow Industrial Design <br> <br> 7 Product Design Product Design <br> <br> 8 spread Design Communication Design <br> <br> 8 Environmental Design Environmental Design <br> <br> 9 commercial design Comercial Design <br> <br> 10 Architectural Design Architectural <br> <br> 11 one-dimensional design One-dimension Design < br>...

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Li Zhanhong Animation Discussion - Animated Introduction to lesson plans



Part of a concept;

1 animated film; animated film is the use of pictures to show the form of an art film drama story. Was adopted \

2 legal form; law table refers to the photography table. Relationship between the photographer and photographic image processing method according to the guidance of the original blueprint. Specific content; mirror number, exercise tips, action length, dialogue, mouth, the length of the original animation, hierarchical relations, background and so on. (If there are good prospects, then need to set layer)

3 Director explained; animation director, screenplay based on the content of literature written in the form, to illustrate the theme of the film, character's personality, artistic style, etc. the basic requirements and basic...

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'Climax' is Director Gaspar Noé's Exotic Vision of Hell [Mumbai Film Festival]

'Climax' is Director Gaspar Noé's Exotic Vision of Hell [Mumbai Film Festival]

Climax is a tragedy in the form of intoxicating sensory experience. An allegory for the collapse of modern society, as several critics have noted, Gaspar Noé's dance-infused explosion of warring psyches and writhing bodies (backed by the French

The Artside: Luncheon reveals more vision for public art

The Artside: Luncheon reveals more vision for public art

“This exhibition examines abstraction and abstract expressionism – the dominant mode of artistic expression in post-World War II America – through a Southern lens,” according to the museum's website. “The exhibition reveals a too-little-seen but

Secrets, Truth And New Comic Book Language Will Be Uncovered in 'Martian Manhunter'

No. 225 and has been a permanent part of the DC Universe ever since. Pulled from his home planet of Mars by a science experiment gone wrong, the character used his powers to disguise himself as a human in order to solve crime and help his adopted planet both as policeman and longtime member for the Justice League of America.

The upcoming 12-issue series is at once a re-examination of the character’s origins and emotional journey and also a detective story on Earth, as J'onzz — in his guise as John Jones, human detective — attempts to solve a murder that may have connections to his own past on Mars. As Orlando puts it, it’s also a chance for he and Rossmo to define the character in a way that he’s never had the opportunity to be seen before.

Martian Manhunter story, because we finally know the why. Why he strives to be so good on Earth, why he has this journey, because he’s never really had one before. All of our favorite characters overcome their faults, and we hope he’s going to do it here, but he has to have them first.”

Источник: Hollywood Reporter

Glenstone, a Private Art Xanadu, Invests $200 Million in a Public Vision

POTOMAC, Md. — When they were building a gallery here at Glenstone for Robert Gober’s 1992 “Untitled” immersive installation — featuring spouting sinks, stacked newspapers and woodland scenery — Mitchell P. Rales and Emily Wei Rales worked with the artist to design the room to his specifications. That meant lowered ceilings, special plumbing, placement of the exit signs, consultation with a theatrical lighting specialist and about 70 meetings with the architects.

Similarly, Charles Ray spent hours arranging the four sculptures in his gallery down to the inch. And On Kawara — before he died in 2014 — was explicit about how he wanted his triptych of Date Paintings, “Moon Landing,” to be exhibited. As a result, it’s the only gallery with a wooden floor.

Источник: New York Times

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