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Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Spring 06 Work - Level 2



As usual, this semester we had a great class. All three levels did some great work. In our level two class we focus not only on the assignment, but the character. We really want the characters to be very different from each other. This gets the students to think more about the acting and the situation, than some canned animation assignment. Using the Norman model, our students made everything from Old ladies to little kids. Great Work! Look for updates with more work from level two and the class project Level 3 did. They turned out a 3 minute sequence! You may need to download a media player for linux to view certain movies.... http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

-Andrew


KC Roeyer

Chiwook Han

Tun Veerapatra

AtSushi Kojima

Aaron Koressel

David Fong

Rini Sugianto

Al Cimino

16 Comments:

Anonymous Andy said...

Awesome stuff this semester! Aaron's reel is really impressive. Good work, guys!

5:11 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

again, very impressive and inspiring work. You guys did an awesome job!

all the best

simon

6:20 PM

 
Blogger Atsushi said...

Ahh, Thank you for making my "S" bigger, Andrew! I'm already missing that class.

6:37 PM

 
Blogger keko said...

Thank you very much Andrew! :)
I'm missing the class too. It was a lot fun
I would like to send u our class photo
http://www.creativespot.org/post/data/500/DSC00715.jpg

http://www.creativespot.org/post/data/500/DSC00714.jpg

Tun

7:36 PM

 
Blogger Rico said...

As always... great and inspiring.

8:51 PM

 
Blogger Aja B. said...

Wow!! Awesome! This is all really inspiring. :-)

10:18 PM

 
Blogger Brian "My Fault" Nicolucci said...

Fantastic work!

8:42 AM

 
Blogger Jeremy Spears said...

Hey Andrew these students of yours sure are great, congrats everybody!

I have a question regarding CafePress.com, not only would I want to purchase a t-shirt from the Spline Doctors, but I want to sell my own as well. What is the quality like? I'm not so interested in the money, just to get some custom stuff printed would be cool. Anyways just curious, thanks for blogging!

-Jeremy S.

8:48 AM

 
Anonymous Mathew Rees said...

Wow!

This stuff is amazing! I was just curious as to how long roughly these students have been animating? Do any of them have experience prior to doing the CalArts course?

Again, very inspiring to see this quality of work.

Cheers,

Mat.

3:08 AM

 
Blogger anthea said...

great stuff! thanks for sharing.

9:56 AM

 
Blogger Dr. Gordon said...

Hey Mat,

The course is not Calarts, but the Academy of Art in San Francisco. Although 3 of our teachers are from CalArts. (Stephen Gregory, Adam Burke and Bobby Podesta) The students are picked for the classes by submitting a reel. Usually they need to have taken the first level class in order to get into the second level class I teach. A cool thing about the program is that anyone can take the class. You just need a good reel to get into the program. I encourage anyone who is interested to apply to the class. As for how long they have been animating... The students have roughly a year of animation classes before they come to our class.

-Andrew

10:28 AM

 
Anonymous Mathew Rees said...

Andrew,

Ah crap! I keep mixing up CalArts and Academy of Art...sorry.

It's amazing that with the right teaching, students can get to an amazing standard pretty quickly. Again, very inspirational stuff being done there.

Cheers,

Mat.

4:15 PM

 
Blogger SMacLeod said...

Rini Sugianto, awesome. It's alive!

7:35 PM

 
Blogger david a said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CLfPrRVowQ

Glen Keane's Producer's Speech recorded :D Sorry figured I'd tell you Dr. Gordon! (as your an awesome lecturer at AMO ^_^)

10:39 PM

 
Blogger Scott Wright said...

Great looking stuff

1:03 PM

 
Anonymous camobel said...

I read a lot of helpful info in this post!

10:14 AM

 

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