1. breakfast with isaac and josie!

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    from ateqah khaki / Added

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    a methods assignment for my participatory research and social inquiry class. i call this method, "cooking and eating with google glass." inspired by sarah pink's "walking with video" method.

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    • Intro to Effects: Billowing Smoke

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      from John T Hill / Added

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      General notes here were to simplify details and then to add a bit more design to the overall shape of the plume, so it is not so "straight funnel" shaped. In addition, as the lines would become simplified, there would be an element of shading and contrast, so to track forms and not lines. It was overall met with success. Recieved an A-.

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      • D.Min. Mentors: Walt Mueller & Duffy Robbins

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        from Gordon Conwell / Added

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        Listen as Dr. Walt Mueller (M.Div. '86, D.Min. ’05) and Dr. Duffy Robbins (M.Div. '76), mentors in Gordon-Conwell's Ministry to Emerging Generations Doctor of Ministry track, share about their passion for youth ministry.

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        • Intro to Effects: Week 5 Whispy Smoke

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          from John T Hill / Added

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          General notes were to add another round of inbetweens in order to slow this down a bit, but overall positive feedback on my shapes and general direction.

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          • Intro to Effects: Week 3 Raging Fire

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            from John T Hill / Added

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            This is the third assignment for ANM261 Introduction to Effects Animation, which I am taking as an 800 level course to strengthen my effects abilities for my thesis. Instructor was pleased, but noticed some of the same issues I have with the assignment. Probably could have used fewer loops. Wind could have rolled through when it cuts across and changes the fire direction, some of the little doo-dads that flicker off don't flicker off quickly enough or become too frozen in air. Overall it was a success, and it was of course, a huge challenge.

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            • Border Box

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              from Marcus Guttenplan / Added

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              A simple two LED circuit mounted to a gate and used to monitor whether the gate is open or closed. Meant to draw attention to the physical action of moving across a threshold or over a boundary.

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              • Takiyah's 0917 Reflection

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                from John Garman / Added

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                Assignment

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                • Hipposterous RoughAnimatic v6

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                  from John T Hill / Added

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                  Here is my revised animatic, with changes based on the notes I received from my Directed Study mentor. Shortened by 35 seconds, with a reworked beginning and ending.

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                  • A Very Touching Self Portrait

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                    from John T Hill / Added

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                    Introductory animation to test out my home studio set up after my move, and to demonstrate that my equipment is in working order for my ANM 800 Directed Study via ANM 261 Introduction to Effects Animation for my Thesis film at AAU. It's me farting. I'm an incredible human being.

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                    • Get Lucky: Date Night, Then Mom

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                      from jackie ho / Added

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                      A short stop-motion film exploring the unexpected consequences of new technology. In this case, remote presence robots and its effect on privacy. Music by Daft Punk. California College of Arts. Fall 2013.

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