In Motion Graphics for Film and Video (AMI322S), we set out to learn how to use Adobe After Effects to create animations and motion graphics that express original and creative ideas. Along the way, we studied animation principles, principles of design, kinetic typography, experimental animations, and compositing. Here, explore final projects from students who elected to include their work in this online showcase. – Sarah Riazati (Professor) & Kate Auger (Teaching Assistant)
GAMES, PRODUCTIVITY AND HAPPINESS
by Andrea Brucculeri
Game designers have unlocked the secrets to productive happiness. Luckily, we can use their clever designs for more than just games.
WHY ARE YOU RUNNING?
by Vignesh Gopalan
Vignesh Gopalan, a self-described “non-athletic person”, reflects on the great value he has found in running regularly.
by Elizabeth Lee
Tired and anxious, Gloria escapes into the world of her pet fish, Wallaby. As she spends time in the tank, she begins to realize that her fears follow her regardless of where or what she is.
by Harry Liang
We learn a lot of lessons during our daily lives. But if daily life has been put on hold, where can we go to keep learning? I called up some friends on zoom and asked them about the best lessons they’ve learned from their favorite movies.
REMINISCENCES BY A QUARANTEEN
by Louise Lu
Best 3.67 years of your life!
by Nigel Sapp
A gallery walk through the day-to-day doodles and sketches that I’ve created since coming to college.
A (DE)BUG’S LIFE
by Michelle Tai
Sometimes, bugs wanna have fun too.