Would like to preface this by clarifying that me and my team entered this with very limited background knowledge in casting and molding making. That said, definitely made the mistake of thinking working with the material would be a lot… Continue Reading Silicone Lifecasting Hiccups
My other teammates have touched on some of our failures, our success, and our technical processes, so I am going to speak on our collaboration and what the diversity of our members has brought to the table. In our group,… Continue Reading Da Arm Puns! (And Other Team Activities)
Capturing fear can be difficult because you must consider all aspects of the fear– both physical and emotional. My job as one of the artistic leads is to analyze, create, and implement the many elements of fear in order to… Continue Reading SKULLpting and Painting
Our goal is to create a realistic looking arm snap due to a malevolent force consuming the owner of the arm’s body. Now of course visual effects and a green screen could do wonders for us, but we want whoever… Continue Reading DA ARMnimatronic
Welcome to “DaArm!” An exploration into what makes us react physically to the things we see. That may sound sort or philosophical, but what our team is trying to accomplish is a grotesque, horrific effect to make an audience squirm.… Continue Reading We are, DaArm!
Scooby Doo is one of the most widely recognizable, and long running cartoons of all time clocking in at almost 50 years of thrilling mystery solving and hijinks. I remember being at Thanksgiving gatherings and finding that one of the… Continue Reading Something Scary, Something New, Something Cackles, Something blue!
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