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Bio Warfare: Visual arts Level 2. Free hand drawing painted with indian ink, Shellac finish. This picture was part of a board depicting WW1.
Bio Warfare: Visual arts Level 2. Free hand drawing painted with indian ink, Shellac finish. This picture was part of a board depicting WW1.
Life and Death: This was part of a photo shoot assignment. I decided to show the contrast between life and death with the skull and the flowers.
Life and Death: This was part of a photo shoot assignment. I decided to show the contrast between life and death with the skull and the flowers.
A Time Before: This piece was part of a compulsory theme of time travel. I chose to go back to World War 1. This image depicts an old childs toy car and the gears represent the machines of the time. The hand drawn work was painted onto using Indian ink.
A Time Before: This piece was part of a compulsory theme of time travel. I chose to go back to World War 1. This image depicts an old childs toy car and the gears represent the machines of the time. The hand drawn work was painted onto using Indian ink.
Fluid Dynamics: This image was another part of the force and changing shape set. The orange liquid, a mixture between orange paint and water, was thrown at a cup shaped piece of clay.
Fluid Dynamics: This image was another part of the force and changing shape set. The orange liquid, a mixture between orange paint and water, was thrown at a cup shaped piece of clay.
Shades of Colour: This drawing was part of an initiative where I tried branching my skill set into coloured pencil drawings for the first time. This drawing used only red, green and blue with a white and black background added later.
Shades of Colour: This drawing was part of an initiative where I tried branching my skill set into coloured pencil drawings for the first time. This drawing used only red, green and blue with a white and black background added later.
Atomic Jelly: This sculpture was part of a collection or set about force and changing shape. In this image I threw down a portion of jelly (named Peter) onto the surface to show the changing shape of the jelly. Minor enhancements were made with Photoshop.
Atomic Jelly: This sculpture was part of a collection or set about force and changing shape. In this image I threw down a portion of jelly (named Peter) onto the surface to show the changing shape of the jelly. Minor enhancements were made with Photoshop.
The Time Machine: Continuing with the time travel theme, I created this time machine to show how time travel could be possible. This image was later used as a guide for creating a sculpture.
The Time Machine: Continuing with the time travel theme, I created this time machine to show how time travel could be possible. This image was later used as a guide for creating a sculpture.
Still Motion: My group was taking pictures of a nearby bridge as part of a level 3 sculpture assignment. The stream that flowed underneath the bridge looked interesting, so I decided to take a picture of it.
Still Motion: My group was taking pictures of a nearby bridge as part of a level 3 sculpture assignment. The stream that flowed underneath the bridge looked interesting, so I decided to take a picture of it.
Bike Helmet Phone Stands: In this assessment we designed phone stands using the 3D modeling software called SOLIDWORKS. The design was based on my BMX helmet.
Bike Helmet Phone Stands: In this assessment we designed phone stands using the 3D modeling software called SOLIDWORKS. The design was based on my BMX helmet.
Alien Mechanics: A freehand drawing of the Xenomorph from the movie Alien. In this level 1 assessment I had to create a sculpture and integrate it into a group of images. The alien Xenomorph was the basis for this theme. The drawing was then painted over with multiple layers.
Alien Mechanics: A freehand drawing of the Xenomorph from the movie Alien. In this level 1 assessment I had to create a sculpture and integrate it into a group of images. The alien Xenomorph was the basis for this theme. The drawing was then painted over with multiple layers.
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My name is Matthew Williams, I'm 17 years old and currently attending my final year at Pakuranga college.

I am applying for the Digital Creativity foundation programme. I feel like I would be a good candidate for this course because I've always had an interest for design and creating things. I'd like to be a part of this course because I hope to one day be able to gain enough experience to get a job in game art design. I am sure I will find this course both fascinating and interesting.

I've always had a deep interest in fine arts, especially in the area of design. I Completed Visual arts for year 10 through to 12 as well as completing year 12 Photography and Graphics. I am currently working on completing boards for Year 13 Photography, Painting and Sculpture as well as working graphically in CAD.

I hope that you will consider my application for the Digital Creativity Foundation Programme.

Thanks,
Matthew Williams.

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