Animating the Sea: Motion, Light and Eyes

Faculty: Ruth Hayes, M.F.A., and Pauline Yu, Ph.D.

Category

Gallery

Additional art and animation students produced in the program

Stipple Drawing Exercise Yukim Nomoto

Image Citation:  Semenov, Alexander. “Crustacea.” Coldwater.science, coldwater.science/project/crustacea.

Loggerhead Sea turtle (Caretta, caretta) Puppet

Peacock Mantis Shrimp Puppet

My articulated paper puppet of Odontdactylus scyllarus, the beloved Peacock mantis shrimp, in front of his burrow.

Practice Watercolor and Stipple Drawing Ashley Scott

Watercolor painting of a Market squid (Doryteuthis opalescens). All images copyrighted by Ashley Scott 2020

Prickly Shark (Echinorhinus cookie) & Pteropod

Scientific illustration of a Prickly shark (Echinorhinus cookie), using stipple technique with a 05 Micron marker. Image source: “Prickly Shark Nimbly Maneuvers Above Seafloor”, Nautilus Live (Video). https://nautiluslive.org/video/2019/09/13/prickly-shark-nimbly-maneuvers-above-seafloor

Tapir (Tapirus indicus) Metamorphosis

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