14. Experiments with photogrammetry

I have been using display.land. This has been interesting to learn and my experiments to date have led to some weird objects. There is a particular issue with working out the right light levels and types of surface required to make this work. It is also interesting to see how to create a simple, completeContinue reading “14. Experiments with photogrammetry”

11. Stop motion animation: Shell Centre climate emergency project

This animation is based on a group of images created at City Lit in late 2019 as part of a Printmaking Artist Residency. Forty images were made based on a photographic image of the Shell Building on London’s South Bank. The object of the project was to attempt to create images of buildings which wouldContinue reading “11. Stop motion animation: Shell Centre climate emergency project”

10. Stop motion animation: Centrepoint and Great Arthur House

The project this week has turned to stop motion, a form of animation that relies on still images to create a story. I have experimented with four short pieces, each designed to experiment with a different approach. Centrepoint is a based on a single photographic image of the Centrepoint building in Central London. The imagesContinue reading “10. Stop motion animation: Centrepoint and Great Arthur House”

5. Mapping walks and runs along the London Wall using Strava

At the heart of the London Wall project is the need to map my walks and runs around and along the London Wall. Using the Stava app, I record each day what I do. Some days I walk the full route of the London Wall, on other days I run for part of it andContinue reading “5. Mapping walks and runs along the London Wall using Strava”