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Layered Time Personal(Draft)

Andrew Scelta American 3D artist   Synopsis   Andrew has done 3D work for the past three years. Out of the 3D work most of it Is of 3D modeling and animation. Andrew has also done work within digital 2d. … Continue reading

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Interaction Review Rochester NY

I was at the Rochester science Museum. There was three floors and many exhibits on each floor. One exhibit had to do with lights and laser pointers. I decided to use one of the interactive device called laser motion. Its … Continue reading

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Self critique spring semester

Rabbit-bench from Andrew Scelta on Vimeo. Comparing t last semester I believe I have improved a lot. Last semester I had a lot of trouble with overlap, and follow-through, and squash and stretch. Looking at this semester I wouldn’t say … Continue reading

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Gallery Write up #2 Interactive design

April 23th 2017 I attended the gallery located in Alfred University known as the fodsick nelson gallery. The gallery had work shown by two artists Michael Mykola Haleta, and James Ronner. The show was called Do You Suffer From Bluh, … Continue reading

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Gallery Write Up(Interactive Design)

On December 10th, 2016, I attended the Core Sample: Selections from the Permanent Collection. The event took place at the Alfred Ceramic Art Museum. The exhibit is made up of several named collections and individual donations. The pieces in the … Continue reading

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Gallery-writeup 2(Art History II)

Decreation is the current exhibit at the Fodsick nelson gallery. The gallery started on April 9th and will end May 6th. The day that I attended was April 25th Pieces of artwork were made by two artists, Erin Ethridge, and … Continue reading

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