Thursday, 3 June 2010
So the second part of the 'Britishness' brief was to create an animation in Flash. I was torn when I heard about this as I've not properly used Flash in a serious way before, so it was a good chance to learn and experiment with it. But because I hadn't used it properly I was afraid it would come out crap. I was originally going to just animate my poster design, but after a little while playing around I thought its just looked like a made a Powerpoint presentation so didn't continue with that idea. The idea I moved on to was British people seem to always complain about the weather, whether it's sunny or rainy etc. I made a 'stop-motion' style animation, where one grumpy old man is in the foreground and a year flies by behind him and all he does is complain about the weather. If you watch closely there are several events that happen behind him too at the right time of year. I was fairly pleased with how it turned out, it could be muuuuuuch better but for a first-ish try not too bad.
Posted by antonybridle at 10:40 am
Tuesday, 25 May 2010
So I was given a brief about 'Britishness' and what it meant to me. The first part of this was to create a poster, which you may of seen a sneak peek of in a previous post. The design, above, is based around the idea that British people often speak under their breath and say thing's in conversation they don't actually mean, usually so they don't feel uncomfortable.
Posted by antonybridle at 8:04 pm
Sunday, 9 May 2010
So I started another blog where I'm introducing the world to pretty, funny, thought provoking or otherwise generally nice art, design, pictures, video and other bits and bobs from everywhere. It's acts as a sort of inspiration space for myself, as well as letting other people see things they may not have seen before. Anyway, if you like, check it out here or by clicking the logo thing above!
Posted by antonybridle at 10:10 pm
Thursday, 6 May 2010
So I visited the 'Shop' that ran from the 30th of April until the 3rd of May, and I must say it was brilliant. I found it such a fun and inventive exhibition, the whole theatrical aspect was excellent and the interactivity with the items was fun, and the fact everything is cardboard is amazing. The idea of taking your average shopping trip and flipping it on its head I think is superb and in this case was pulled of brilliantly. It didn't just attract people from the AUCB either, when I went an elderly man was outside, stood in wonderment and disbelief, and he told me "I've lived in Bournemouth all my life and have never seen anything like it, it's absolutely incredible, I love it!!". Whilst there I managed to pick up some Radiation Juice (to help me glow with energy), some Enlightenment Matches (for complete Enlightenment), Cellu-Lite (to keep me looking beautiful and tastes great on toast) and some Legitchew (great for washing the bulls**t from your mouth), although I really could of done with some Personal Space but they were all sold out!
More pictures after the break:
Posted by antonybridle at 7:00 pm
Friday, 30 April 2010
So after hearing what lovely Mr Prime Minister Gordon Brown said to that lady, and the fact it links so well to my current Uni work, I felt compelled to create a poster about it. So here it is, kind of like an anti-election poster. Although I made this I'm not against Labour, I don't really know much about politics and I'm not inclined to any party. I only made it because I love the fact the Prime Minister was caught being a meanie! The design is based off the poster, below, I created for Uni on Britishness and focuses on talking under your breath and not really meaning what you say. A proper blog about the whole Britishness project will follow some when. Make sure to click on them to see them in full detail.
Posted by antonybridle at 7:49 pm
Monday, 26 April 2010
Yet another brilliant piece of cinematography emerges from Bridle Animation Studios today, charting the epic tale of how the humble Fish 'n' Chips cured the World of it's hunger crisis.
Click the Fish 'n' Chips to have your mind blown!
Click the Fish 'n' Chips to have your mind blown!
Posted by antonybridle at 6:42 pm
Wednesday, 21 April 2010
Monday, 19 April 2010
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Thursday, 15 April 2010
So it's been a pretty busy month or so, and I haven't had time (or been bothered, you decide??) to update this bad boy, sorry!! So I finished a looooong group project based around the idea of creating an exhibiton to be displayed at the London Design Museum around the art movement 'Art Nouveau'. This involved authoring and designing a book, creating a poster and promotional items. My areas of work within the team were writing the chapter on furniture, creating the design for the book jacket, as well as, mentioned in a previous post (found here), creating a stained glass cover. I found the project throughly enjoyable and interesting as I had never really worked in group in such a way before. My team was a great team to work with and feel we created some really good pieces of work. Check out some image below:
Posted by antonybridle at 8:32 pm