For more information about process and execution, please feel free to take a look at the links in the below:
More on research and process can be found here: https://oss.adm.ntu.edu.sg/jchen043/002-kokopellis-sound-shaper/
Videos on sound and movement
Sup guys!! I drew the body part ‘feet’ for Kokopelli’s body part so how now brown cow. It’s time to search the re!! Research. To be honest I think there’s a whole ton of stuff you can do with your feet! But when it comes to conforming to the shape of the foot I think that narrows down our options Read more →
A flea also has spines around its head and mouth — the number and shape vary according to the flea’s species. The mouth itself is adapted for piercing skin and sucking blood. Several mouthparts come together to form a needlelike drinking tube.
How a flea operates;Two sawlike laciniae cut the skin. They also fit together to form a saliva channel. The epipharynx Read more →
//Sound Inspirations// crunching of leaves https://photos.app.goo.gl/DOtp3szUeFnjeehN2
handicap lift https://photos.app.goo.gl/sEegI0GPlHgBbPLW2
When I was assigned the crocodile and plover bird, the first thing that came to mind was a childhood picture book.
The main characters are Bill the Crocodile and his “toothbrush” friend Pete the bird. How they help each other seemed to be the perfect representation of the win-win relationship the animals have with each other.
After observing the Plover bird Read more →
Brendan and I began to explore our sounds further and we looked into what the eyes and arms represented.
We incorporated the best elements from each of our sound models which was the representation of the eye as a shutter as well as the relation of my sound to a humming bird.
We Read more →
After the first review, we had a lot more interesting ideas given by Cheryl as well as the class. We know that there were a few changes necessary to make the final work even better, as listed below: