This is a very silly comic made about twenty years ago, just to study the technique. I even dared to use some Letraset patterns.
There was a man who loved to tighten nuts. They gave him a big beam to build.
He started tightening nuts, feeling tensions raise inside the beam.
But all good things have an end, the man was sick and tired, and he left some loosen nuts.
But the beam hated to be disregarded, and finally she collapsed on the man’s head while he was caressing a small jackhammer.
Here’s an idea for an art show. Giant letters in different fonts are coupled on the wall. Visitors are invited to recognize themselves in the display. An effort of symbolization.
This animation is about love, sex and machines.
click here to view the flash animation (1099KB).
First version of the animation (02 Jun 2000) was interactive and soundless, while the drawings were made in 1990. I lost the original source code (along with the drawings!), so I can’t retrieve some of the nested animations.
The pitcher is a classic still life subject, attempted by legions of artists. Here is my vectorial version. You can download the AutoCAD code (236KB, plot any size), a GIF file (print A4 size, 680KB).
Pogue Mahone, Vigo and something else. Originally a slideshow, with Pogue‘s “Lorelei” from the album “Peace and Love” as soundtrack.
<<click to watch (Flash5 animation 4618k)
Below streaming version.
Special thanx to Miki B who holds the original drawings.
“You told me tales of Love and Glory…”
“Castles out of fairy tales…”
“River, oh River have mercy…”
“…Take me down to the sea…”
“…Old Man River is so shy…”
“…puzzling over lipstick traces…”
“…I’m drowning in your troubled eyes…”
“…’cause if I’ll perish on these rocks…”
“…it’s you I’ll see, not Lorelei…”