Bring a file of your work, so we can submit to RVTV as well as a link on your blog.
You make animation so people can see it, so let's do it. Your final project will be built around two cool opportunities to get your work out there into the ether... If one is good, two's better; do both!
- RVTV--SOU's community television station. If you're doing a straight narrative animation, this would be just fine, but this is also where you could experiment with doing "interstitials" - 5-15 second shorts that build "identity" for a station/program/promotion. Here are the RVTV logos. Click to download!
- SOU Student Film Festival - A night of mayhem in the historic Varsity Theatre in downtown Ashland, Oregon, USA. Professor Andrew Gay will be here next Wednesday to get you hip to the haps.
We looked at some nice examples to get you fired up to make some great stuff. For next Wednesday, February 17, be ready to present a short pitch on your final project ideas. Be able to tell us about the animation design, color palette, length and the like.
IMPORTANT: All work should be done at 1920 x 1080 (HD format) at 30 fps.