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Production 1: Montage Project

I used some leftover clips from my documentary footage to create a quick 20 second montage. My montage gives a sort of run-through of the festival using clips I never used in my documentary. Advertisements

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Production 1: Documentary Project

On October 7th, 2017 I drove an hour away from campus to document the Ellicottville Fall Festival to celebrate the arrival of fall and enjoy some of the festival’s many activities, vendors, and delicious food. I interviewed a couple of … Continue reading

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Intermediate 3D Animation: Peer Critique

For this walk cycle animation, the arc of the hands creates a more “realistic” sense of how the human body moves as we walk and accentuates the fluidity of our shoulder, elbow, and wrist joints. One downside of this walk … Continue reading

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Japanese Media: Character Design

          Story of choice: Momotaro the Peach Boy Momotaro is the story of a boy born from a peach who leaves his adopted parents to go fight demons along with his friends: a dog, a bird, … Continue reading

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Production 1: Documentary Proposal

For my documentary I wanted to do something along the lines of how unusual weather patterns affect how early (or late) tree’s leaves change colors. Over the past few weeks, I’ve begun to notice the trees around campus have started … Continue reading

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Production 1: Repurpose Project (Part 2)

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Production 1: Repurpose Project (Part 1)

For my repurpose video I decided to edit and put together a compilation of drone stock footage to create a unique take on a travel-esque video. I used post-production techniques such as repetition, duration, and visual language.

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