A record of animation projects that have appeared in my weblog or elsewhere: found and/or html-altered image files, "remixes," kids' art, and my own GIFs and videos. An archive of these posts is here. Enlargeable thumbnails of "raw materials" and additional work are here. Note: older Safari browsers may load multiple identical animated GIFs out of sync, which sucks.
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mashup (by Thor Johnson) of stills from 2 recent animated GIFs
Just saw the DVD (mpeg2) prototype of this GIF and am pleased by how it came out--very minimal, clean and dumb. On a 20 inch Sony screen, it's everything I wish TV was. No Bill O'Reilly, no Tim Russert, just a cheap but elegant hypnodisc. It loops
Pulsating optical disc internet sketchbook!
Number 1 (previously posted)Part of a different series, which I may redo so it's less crunchy:
Number 2 (more oval 1)
Number 3 (more oval 2)
Number 4 (crunchy enlargement of gif posted over a year ago)
Number 5 (similar to Number 1 but more regular)
Number 5A (even more regular--smaller center hole--think this one's the keeper)
Enlarged Black and White (Crunchy)
Lucas Samaras' Hands, animated GIF, 2005
These need to be in synch to look their best (i.e., not viewed in Safari). Single .GIF from the mysterious http://castlezzt.net (caution: massive page load) via mbs.
Drawings of piezoelectrically stimulated barium titanate from Scientific American, June 1988, animated without permission.