Teesside University - School of Computing,
BA Hons Computer Games Animation ,
November 24, 2015
I am an avid film and game enthusiast who actively enjoys creating stories through the art of animation. My biggest achievement to date would be completing university with a predicted first class degree. Prior to university I was always passionate about animation, however I had little to no knowledge of the animation process. In a short amount of time I have developed my animation skills to a much more in depth standard.
I decided that I wanted to create a piece of key framed animation which would challenge me. The Night Shift is an animated short that replicates the famous Michael Jackson ‘Beat It’ dance. Alongside the animated short is a piece of work that focuses on facial animation using a graphical user interface created by myself. This piece of work uses audio from Disney Pixar Toy Story. Prior to the creation of this piece of work, I recognised that my facial animation skills were not very strong. To overcome this, I decided to create a piece of work that would majorly focus on facial animation. I hoped that this would develop vital skills and would improve my ability to create an expressive facial animation.
Upon graduating I hope to progress within the animation industry. Although my degree pathway centred on games animation, I hope to expand into film animation.
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- Motion Builder
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