Wargoon Flishe Watch

including the Pome of the Day Project

Saturday, March 11, 2006

perspective part 2

Hello, fans of imaginary animation diaries. This is Dr. Hubert Zork, and this is the animation tale of my fictional creation, John Akre, who is working on his animation project, his fictional feature film Wargoon Flishe.

Yesterday, he achieved no animation action. But today he should be able to do some work of which I may write tomorrow. But I will use today's grandstand to continue my discussion of perspective in his animation universe.

He is making two dimensional animation, and he could try to give it the illusion of three dimensions but instead he has chosen to embrace those two dimensions and sink or swim with them alone.

He has been dazzled in the eyes and brain by some of the Native American art that he has seen. He has seen artworks that depict a scene where two dimensions are the boss, and where some figures may be right side up and some may be sideways or upsidedown for various symbolic or compositional reasons or purposes.

So he has chosen to put into action for this project such a similar use of two dimensions. Characters sitting around a tape may be petalled out like a flower rather than grouped on one side like Michaelangelo.

Anway, it is high time for the Pome of the Day. Did you ask? I shall answer.

who is that
blowing himself up
shooting out the guts
and the only reason
is that is was on TV

what is that
mean because of style
empty because of cool
killing for envy
but the emptiness is the most illusion

there is money
in imaginary killing
but the real wealth
is in the real thing.

Written in sincerity and with fingers,
Dr. Hubert Zork


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