Poster or Presentation Title

The Animation Game

Presenter Information

Jessica RitenourFollow

Location

Sydnor Performance Hall

Access Type

Campus Access Only

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

Start Date

4-4-2018 3:00 PM

Abstract

The Animation Game is an interactive presentation showcasing my creative project for my Motion Graphics class, in which the audience will get to choose the outcome of the animated story. With six different endings, there will be a great deal of options for those involved. Based on the time scale allotted, I hope to have the project completely finished, however that will not be necessary for the discussion. This is because, in addition to the game itself, this talk will focus on the project's development from assignment to edit bay; discussing setbacks, difficulties, and ultimately the goals for the future. There is an emphasis on the graphic arts for this talk, particularly with the different techniques used in After Effects, Toon Boom, and Final Cut Pro, however knowledge of these programs will not be needed to understand the content of the presentation.

Faculty Mentor

Dr. Candace Todd, Professor William "Bill" Noel

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Apr 4th, 3:00 PM

The Animation Game

Sydnor Performance Hall

The Animation Game is an interactive presentation showcasing my creative project for my Motion Graphics class, in which the audience will get to choose the outcome of the animated story. With six different endings, there will be a great deal of options for those involved. Based on the time scale allotted, I hope to have the project completely finished, however that will not be necessary for the discussion. This is because, in addition to the game itself, this talk will focus on the project's development from assignment to edit bay; discussing setbacks, difficulties, and ultimately the goals for the future. There is an emphasis on the graphic arts for this talk, particularly with the different techniques used in After Effects, Toon Boom, and Final Cut Pro, however knowledge of these programs will not be needed to understand the content of the presentation.