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Chapter 11: illusions of motion Reflecting the world around us Kinetic – art that moves Technology and art in motion Abstract art in motion Anticipated motion “seeing” the action o kinesthetic empathy – we tend to recreate unconsciously in our own bodies the actions we observe o anticipated movement – can be created by implied lines and gestures Anticipated motion by design Ways to suggest motion Figure repeated, figure cropped Blurred outlines Multiple image o Lines of force o Grouping multiple images Character (Who) Basic Character Ingredients o Hero or anti-hero Central, pivotal character o Goal Strong inner need o Obstacle Conflict – the need is thwarted Must be real conflict o Change Resolution: Central character is changed Character Arc – the inward and outward journey of the character o Example: The Prodigal Son (3 major characters that represent 3 different people
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  • Fall '16
  • Masaru Suzuki
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, Darth Vader, Star Wars, Rebel Alliance

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