Submerged living room

When floods come, there is no time to pick up anything. Everything remains untouched. All the personal belongings are left behind, abandoned in the sinking homes. With the passage of time, all these items begin to decompose until they vanish. However, one of the last things disappearing are the shoes.

Based on that idea, this project shows two vintage shoes sinking in a submerged living room. The jewels of the shoes glow while casting colourful lights onto the furniture. The scene is illuminated with a spotlight which creates caustics and cathedral rays, simulating a real underwater environment. The scene is finalised with sand particles and bubbles footage creating the illusion of underwater elements.

 

Languages of the world

There are more than 6000 languages in the world, but only the 4% of those languages are spoken by the 97% of the planet’s population. I’m inside that number, because my mother tongue is Spanish, one of the world’s most spoken language. However, I’m also in the other one, because my second language is Basque.

Fifty  years ago this language was almost dead, but now it has recover and we are about one million of proud speakers.

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Traditional Animation

In Our animation subject they taught us how the traditional animation is made. So as an exercise to learn better how the characters are animated, we did a step cycle.

It is calculated that one step takes about 10 pictures. That way, when you put those 10 frames in a loop, it seems that the character is walking. Then you only have to move the background. Continue reading

Baga Biga Higa

Last year we had a subject called “Educative TV programes. There, as final task we had to create a programe with those characteristics. In a group of 6 (Adrian Alonso, Leire Bergara, Elena Canans, Asier Errasti, Olaia Iraola and me) we created a reality show where the main objective was to know more about Basque mythology. Continue reading