See it On Campus: Level 1Visitor Info
C1260; in the room by the first floor elevator, in front of the library.
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This island drawn in pencil is filled with many kinds of activity.
The scenes are inspired by the Philippine’s colonial past. The island is a host to the tensions that occur between different ideas. But some ideas are more harmful to the island than others.
Duration: 02m 20s
Medium: 2D Digital Animation, Stop-motion, Paper, Pencil.
[Role] Animator, Director.
Graphite Island Artwork
Size: 55 x 75 in.
Materials Used: Pencil, Paper, Recycled Cardboard.
With Strathmore Mixed Media paper glued on top of the cardboard shapes.
Finally, it is assembled.
The designs of the “Flying Rings” are inspired by both angels and demons from the Bible.
The Bakunawa is a serpent-like dragon from Philippine mythology. In some stories, the creature eating the moon is said to be the reason why eclipses happen.
The design of the Bakunawa is inspired by a pommel from a Visayan tenegre, a traditional Filipino sword.
Get outta there!!!
Drawings / Concept Art
Buildings without caption were from images of buildings found in Metro Manila.