A random dump of art for all these months I didn’t write

Unfortunately things went a bit hyper busy over the last couple months. I’ve been involved in a couple interesting projects including music related material to video art. In some ways, I just couldn’t get to writing material or make tutorials for this blog. Either way, I plan to return to blogging once I manage to straighten life out.

Either way, I guess I should keep the rest of this blog a bit more artsy. Here’s some of the thing’s I’ve been up to in no particular order and of course… this isn’t all! :)

Landscape

Landscape for a comic.

Name cards

My name cards printed by Moo.

Cosmos character sketch

Cosmos character sketch from 2012 that I happen to dig up.

Reaction - Diffusion patterns

Reaction – Diffusion patterns made with FilterForge

Pompom iPhone Case by Yuya Takeda

Pompom iPhone Case that I put together

Brute force coloring reaction diffusion

Brute force coloring reaction diffusion patterns using Nodewerk

1 Experimental Video A Week: Week 1

I just hope I don’t stop making a ton of videos. I have a couple in stock but let’s just say I’m going to do my best making videos once a week. It’s crazy. But I really want to push it to the limit. Some of these might be simple, some of these might be complicated than others… and that’s the joy of making something everyday.

Here’s a new one for this week!

Skybase – “Take That Thing Off My Couch” Music Video

Music video for myself: “Take That Thing Off My Couch” by me. Used After Effects and Premiere CS6, fractals were achieved using Artmatic 5.

And just on that… here are some screencaps from the animation.

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music of Some kind

Been working on more music

So I’ve been making some more music these days and haven’t made too many visual art. So here are 4 tracks I made in the last couple weeks mostly for fun. I used Properllhead Reason for all of them. :) I’ve been getting more and more into Future Garage oriented genres (although I don’t even know what the genres are in this set.) They’re live-oriented genres that can seriously spawn a bunch of great musical pieces.