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Old 26-06-2010, 03:49 PM   #1
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Hey all! Its been a while since i posted here. I thought i might as well show some of the work Ive been doing at uni.
I'm studying photography at the moment. Haven't had much time for 3D although i would love to if i had some.

The first three images are part of a Digital Imaging subject, they where meant to be images of Past, Present and Future. I'm Quite happy with them







The last Three are from a Photography Subject and are about Human Intervention.







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Very creative and interesting, I like them.
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Very good mate..quite an interesting menagarie of ideas!!! Perfecto hit it on the head.

I hope playing an axe on a bike doesnt become the norm though!!!...LOL

I take the first 3 as ...your conception..a hit to the sternum somehow and what you would like or might happen in the future??

The band aid one is apt for these times..from it I would deduce something along the nature lines and the fact a perfectly good house lies in ruin when dollars are spent elsewhere. The house just needs some TLC as does nature..and the band aids..well we could do a hell of a lot better as a race to fix up what we have.

I am sad for the tortoise.... I think that represents mans inability to look down below his species and see what its all about. I drive a lot and see much of this...makes you want to pull the ignorant savage over and give him a beating..then again I am probably completely wrong on all counts.

Neverthless you have moved my thoughts..job well done

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P.S I dont read much..BUT I remember a book I read at 12 yoa called Flowers for Algernon...as I have a severely retarded brother it was personal BUT it also shows mans rise and fall I believe..read it if you can get it..its along the lines of 'past,present,future'.
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Thanks!
That was a very good analysis, its good to see that it actually came through the way i planned them.
To be honest the run down house was done the day before the assignment but its just down the road so Ive been there and seen it degrade. Its quite funny because every week a new piece of graffiti seems to appear.

actually if anyone's interested Ive started making a portfolio. Its pretty rough but its got heaps more work on it

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Bahahaha love the sassy alien and the sexxbot mate!!!! dig the price (times4 bahah)

good stuff man..at least you are doing something you enjoy!! I hate my job (it pays well though).

I tried to get into Uni about 6 years ago to do Graphic Art..I was rejected as I didnt have a PC and could draw really well but thats not what they wanted..tossers.

I even laughed at the lecturer when he said I could come back and try again when I have had more experience..I asked him what he earnt...I tripled it. So I felt REALLY small the way I was treated BUT smiling because of what I earn..and they can NEVER match that..LOL

So my dream of being an Artist of some description will never be......Surveyor will be written on my expiration label..damn!

BUT you are doing good mate..keep it up eh!!! Dont lose sight of the end goal mate!!!

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