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Mik Godley meets up with Peter Suchin on the art-school trip to London for a wander around the art galleries, but...
Includes Mik's first ever iPad animation.
(We actually ended up at a VIP champagne preview at the ICA - that was nice!)

Thanks to Glenn Armstrong, Coup d'Archet, and Peter Suchin for being a sport!
© Mik Godley, 26.11.2010

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Comment by Mik Godley on December 20, 2010 at 22:20

I think I'll have to be quick!

:)

Comment by DAVID ROSADO on December 20, 2010 at 21:41

Cool Video Mik

Are u preparing videos for the Drop d Space?

I think in February its a cool month to make your show, what did u think?

best regards

David Rosado

Comment by Mik Godley on November 30, 2010 at 10:36
Thank you David - this is my first test with iPad animation - indeed, my first ever animation - but it's given me some ideas that I'm thinking about...
Comment by DAVID ROSADO on November 30, 2010 at 0:39
Great Video Mik , really liked.
best regards David Rosado
Comment by Mik Godley on November 28, 2010 at 19:19
"Tomorrow's tomorrows" is a good way of putting it Marty - and I think history seems to point towards that, wouldn't you agree?
And yes - I love mixing old and new technologies - it's great fun - especially now that digital media seem to be beginning to work for us, rather than the other way round, as was previously the case - even I can use it!
Comment by Marty McCutcheon on November 28, 2010 at 18:09
Good going, Mik. I like the way you move between the past, present, and the future; your investigations of history and conventional art forms, and your experiments with new tools and technologies, your eyes on the possibilities of tomorrow's tomorrows.
Comment by Adrienne on November 28, 2010 at 11:20
I like it! Very spacy!
Comment by Mik Godley on November 28, 2010 at 10:40
Ah Dave - I think Hockney was talking about the way the app Brushes will give you a kind of time-lapse animation of how the drawing is made - each mark, blow-by-blow.
This was made using an app by miSoft called Animation Studio that is for making conventional animations - though this is my first test, I think it has potential :)
Comment by Dave Horan on November 28, 2010 at 10:23
Thats great Mik, how do you do that? I was just watching a vidio of Hockneys I Pad drawings and he let it slip that you just press a button and it animates the drawing, and now youv done it. Great music!
Comment by Peter Goggins on November 28, 2010 at 10:22
hmmm

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