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Teahouse, Ben Huckaby (Senior,Art+Design) July 31, 2007

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Japanese themed 3D animation disguised in a 2D, black and white environment.

Animated using Maya and After Effects.
NC State University, College of Design
www.ncsudesign.org

The goal of this project was to take about a minute of music and produce a 3d animation that tied to the music. The rendered frames were to contain nothing other than black and white, and another aim for the animation was to start off giving as little indication that the animation was 3d as possible, then work into a very obviously 3d feel. I really wanted to tie the imagery to the feel of the music as much as I could with this piece, so I decided to stick with Japanese imagery throughout the work. Though this ended up being one of my more time-intensive projects, it’s also the most fun I’ve had doing an animation, and I’m extremely proud of the end result. – Ben Huckaby, www.shadoweagles.com

Music: “Teahouse” by Juno Reactor, from the Matrix Reloaded Soundtrack

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Marko (Art+Design), Lego Blitzkreig, Art+Design Classics April 11, 2007

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Mark “Marko” McLawhorn Lego(TM) stop motion animation with his step by step on “How to Install A Dictatorship”. Mark McLawhorn is currently a Graphic Designer/Illustrator for the IT Publications Division at NC State University: http://www.ncsu.edu/it/pubs/ NC State University, College of Design http://www.ncsudesign.org

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Chris Hutton (Art+Design), The Deadline, Art+Design Classics April 11, 2007

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Finding inspiration, motivation and the time for the perfect project is easier said then done. Edited using After Effects

NC State University, College of Design
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Matt Balla (Graphic Design), Headspin April 11, 2007

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One part video, one part sketched rotoscoped images and several copies later you get one intriguing animated headspin. Animated using After Effects and Photoshop. More at http://www4.ncsu.edu/~mjballa/ or MattBalla.com

NC State University, College of Design
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Leslie Mumme (Grad, Art+Design), A Self Portrait April 11, 2007

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A non-traditional approach to the classic rotoscoped headspin. Animated using Flash.

NC State University, College of Design
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Kim Wu (Art+Design), Skate City April 11, 2007

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Animated skate board ride through the back streets. Animated using Maya, After Effects and Photoshop. More at http://www.thekimmix.com/

NC State University, College of Design
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Julianne Gonski (Art+Design), Headspin April 11, 2007

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Animated rotoscope study of traditional headspin using chalk outlines.

NC State University, College of Design
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Alex Bonin (Graphic Design), Music Class April 11, 2007

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You have to start somewhere and everybody knows the sound of the all too familiar beginner’s recorder from music class. Animated using Flash.
NC State University, College of Design
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Mabel’s Scrapbook, “My Life in West Virginia” April 11, 2007

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John Knox uses interviews archived at the Lirary of Congress website to animate a tale from Mabel’s Scapbook about her brief encounter with a “Snayke!” Animated using Adobe After Effects and Photoshop.

NC State University, College of Design
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Ambush, by Adam Winsor March 2, 2007

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Ambush demontsrates that a leisure stroll in the woods can quickly turn into an unexpected encounter. Animation created using Adobe Flash.

Adam Winsor: http://www.clockworkangel.com/

NC State University, College of Design
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