Emily Harris VIST 305
VIST 106 Sugar Cube Sculpture • For this assignment, we were required to create a sculpture out of sugar cubes. I created a 12” tall sculpture of a triceratops.
VIST 106 Sculpture • This 4 foot tall sculpture was made out of a variety of materials, including insulation foam, joint compound, and paper mache.
VIST 106 Sculpture • After texturing the sculpture, I was able to apply several coats of paint.
VIST 205 Clay Model • Our first project in VIST 205 was to sculpt an abstract model out of clay that represented the theme of agroup animation. My group’s theme was “dark versus light”, so I sculpted this clay model, which I then photographed under colored lighting. Side view: Front view:
VIST 205 Clay Model • We then recreated our clay model in Maya as close as possible, matching the lighting and the camera angles from the previous pictures. Side view: Front view:
VIST 205 Sculpture • This physical sculpture of a coral reef began as layers of insulation foam with paper mache on top. Group Project: Emily Harris, JoeleneTomecek, Be Yu, Blake Adrian, DaniOstrowski, Jacy Johnson, and Steven Simon.
VIST 205 Sculpture • My group and Icomposited the finished model in an underwater scene from a group animation to combine the physical model with CG. Group Project: Emily Harris, JoeleneTomecek, Be Yu, Blake Adrian, DaniOstrowski, Jacy Johnson, and Steven Simon.
ARTS 212 Self Portrait • This charcoal self portrait was created for Life Drawing, starting from a photograph.
VIST 284 Animation • This fish bowl and its contents were created in Maya as the scene of my 10 second animation.