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Been going through my archives. Here's a little video cobbled together from footage Trina shot through the car window while on holiday in Mallorca a few years ago.
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In the wake of 1931’s Dracula and Frankenstein, 1932 was another big year for horror movies. Most of the best known were produced by Universal Pictures but Paramount got into the act with this adaptation of H G Wells’s The Island of Dr Moreau. Edward…
1932: Island of Lost Souls
1932: Island of Lost Souls
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Another animated loop from an old project for the Discovery Museum. These have all been sitting in a box at he back of a cupboard for years, so it’s been nice to dig them out, scan them, and give them a new lease of life.
Livewires (3)
Livewires (3)
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Here’s another of the animated loops I did for Newcastle’s Discovery Museum a few years ago. These are re-scanned and coloured from the original drawings so they look sharper than they did in the actual installation, where they occupied a small window on…
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Livewires (2)
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I’m surprised that I don’t see more animated infographics than I do. Animation is a great way to express facts, concepts and statistics in a way that has impact and clarity. Here, I took some population statistics from the Office for National Statistics…
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I’ve got into the habit of looking at practically anything and thinking ‘how can I turn that into animation?’ During a clearout, I found five lino prints that I’d made in an art class – all from the same linocut but with different ink. With the colour…
Linoprint GIF
Linoprint GIF
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One of the best things about having moved back to Northumberland is being able to explore the hills. The Cheviots have some of the best walking country in England, and the most peaceful – we only saw one other walker all day. Today’s walk, with my cousin…
Walking in the hills
Walking in the hills
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