Monthly Archives: May 2015

Curatorial Statement – Kara Walker

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Assignment 6 – Avatar Creator

Web Version: http://mattdelormedma.com/webcharacter.html Mobile Version: http://mattdelormedma.com/mobilecharacter.html My concept for this final project was to create an avatar creator. I created designs based off of different hairstyles, shirts and pants. I could not get the site to work properly. In early … Continue reading

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Short Story Board

Original Storyboard: bauer_freddy_storyboard New Storyboard: This is the rework of the original storyboard made by Freddie Bauer. It was extended to adapt to the allotted time and to provide more detail to the story.

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Short Pitch

Delorme_Matt_Storyboard This is my short pitch. This storyboard provides a short tale about a little elephant who struggles with his instrument playing, learns from a mentor, and is then able to perform in a talent show. This short is being … Continue reading

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Short Concept Art/Canons

Concept Art: Character Canons: “Mad” Bamboo “Nerd” Bamboo “Girl” Bamboo These works are for the short I am currently working on. Using information based on what was in the original storyboard and ideas from the group, I was able create … Continue reading

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Gallery Write Up 2

On Saturday May 2, I attended another gallery at Alfred University. This gallery was located in the Tuner Gallery. This gallery featured works by Kelly Brenner Justice and Kevin Dartt. This gallery also featured a lot of sculptors, but this … Continue reading

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Gallery Write Up

On March 4th, I attended a gallery at Alfred University, located in their Fosdick Nelson Gallery.   This particular gallery featured many different types of art, but seemed to have a focus on sculptures and ceramics. A lot of sculptures … Continue reading

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