Name Course Professor Date Style and Stylizing Vector Graphics Vector graphics is an art which mainly uses polygons as a representative of images in computer graphics. This art is controlled by vectors which lead through control points. These points are also called nodes and are positioned in the definite x-axis and y-axis positions in the work plane. The definite positions are there to help determine the direction of the path the graphics follow on the plane. These paths can also be assigned different attributes including shape thickness curve fill and stroke color (Arie Kaufman 1993). With the use of computer programs to come up with these artistic designs and expressions has thus been used by different artists who have successfully come up with effective and interactive pieces of art. Artists incorporate different styles in their work which are appealing to the eye a representation of critical thinking and understanding & Business Media. pp. 86–87. ISBN 978-3-540-56787-5 Damien Hirst Jay Jopling; Institute of Contemporary Arts (1991). Damien Hirst [published...to accompany an exhibition of work by Damien Hirst at the ICA London from the thirteenth of December 1991 to the second of February 1992]. Archived 9 Feb 1992 Hebdige Dick (2007) "Flat Boy vs. Skinny: Takashi Murakami and the Battle for "Japan"" in Schimmel Paul ©Murakami Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles/Rizzoli International Publications Inc. Roberta Smith (2008). My reality : contemporary art and the culture of Japanese animation. Rothkopf Scott (2007) "Takashi Murakami: Company Man" in Schimmel Paul ©Murakami Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles/Rizzoli International Shelley Esaak (2016). Representational Art. Visual art. Retrieved Feb 23 2016 Takashi Murakami; Sims Reed Gallery.; Guy Hepner Contemporary (2004). Takashi Murakami : original graphics : November 12th to 26th 2004. The Art Story (2017). Damien Hirst. Young British Artists Installation Art Conceptual Art. [...]
Style and Stylizing Vector Graphics Deadline and Deliverable: May 23, 2017 complete a research paper on style and vector graphics. Include two examples of your favorite styles. See details below on how to proceed with this assignment and what to include. Steps to Success Review Lectures: Week 3 Overview: Stylizing-Vintage Poster Styles Applicable to Vector Graphics Abstract Design Concepts Answer the following questions in your paper: During your shape-based art styles research, describe artists' work that you found particularly appealing and why. Include at least 2 examples. Explain what is meant by a representational approach to illustration, as opposed to an abstract approach. Did you discover a style that might work for your Athletic Shoe Advertisement? Be sure to cite all references properly. Name your file “Wk3_Asn1_Your Last name.pdf” and attach the multi-page PDF to your post in the Discussion Area. Review and Critique By Week 3, Day 4, review and critique at least two of your classmates’ assignments. Use the vocabulary and concepts you are learning in class and be respectful, courteous, and supportive. Include the following in your post: Find something positive to say about the work. What do you like about the work? Be specific. Provide constructive suggestions for improvements. Address the technical and aesthetic aspects related to the assignment; what works and what doesn't work. Cite sources (lecture notes, course textbooks, and additional research) whenever feels appropriate. Close your critique by pointing out something positive about the work.