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Why Roller Coasters Click

Whether you’re a fan of riding roller coasters, or you have simply played way too much Roller Coaster Tycoon, you are probably familiar with the clacking, clicking, or clanking sound that many roller coasters make as they climb the lift hill. What you may or may not know is that this sound is part of […]

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Using the Surface Painter Palette

In this clip we will introduce you to the Surface Painter palette. The Surface Painter tool can be found by clicking on Window menu… Palettes… Surface Painter. Or you can open it from the Document… Creative Imaging menu. Please note that the Surface Painter tool can be used in 3D view only! It will not […]

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Meet Pavlina: Light Painter – This Is Engineering

I was always very curious about the world around me, I was always asking questions. I thought engineering would give me the opportunity to combine my two passions: science and art. I decided to become a lighting designer and the fashion industry gave me an opportunity to express myself. It’s like painting with light. People […]

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Pop Art in Print – Robert Indiana

One of the things about Pop Art is that it’s so familiar to us now, because it was so influential, that you often know it without knowing you know it. So when Robert Indiana died, just a couple of weeks ago, many people were unfamiliar with that name: but I bet all of you have […]

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Teaching with Technology: Luke Painter

[music plays] My name is Luke Painter I’m an Assistant Professor here in Drawing and Painting but I’ve also taught in Integrated Media and Printmaking been the Chair of Printmaking for two years, and I was the Chair of Printmaking and Painting for one year here. ah, so I’m a tenure track professor, and I’ve […]