Check out some of these student animations from Summer Live!
This work comes from HGD 175 2-D Animation Using Adobe After-Effects (Level 2)
Used in producing television commercials, film credits, and web animations, Adobe After-Effects is software used by industry to create two-dimensional animations. Students will produce their own 30 second animations, text animations, and several other projects that may be viewed on any computer and used for portfolio submissions. Basic Adobe Photoshop knowledge required.
Major: Computer Animation and Interactive Media.
Fashion Merchandising courses focus on the business aspects of the fashion industry. Students learn how to build a career in buying, merchandising, marketing, product development, creative fashion presentations, styling, sales, or management. check out this course showcase:
HFM 060 Fashion Forecasting: Seeing into the Future
By analyzing consumers’ past buying patterns, identifying emerging trends in retail and on the streets, and recognizing current cultural influences, a fashion forecaster helps designers, product developers and merchandisers “see into the future”. Being able to predict next year’s fashion trends is a valuable and marketable skill. Learn how to conduct research, record observations, use the tools of the forecasting industry, and identify key target markets. Then put it all together to identify upcoming trends in color, silhouettes and fabrics.
The following video is the first major presentation for Professor Wolf’s Summer 2012 Fashion Forecasting class. Check it out an leave a comment below!
Hi! So in my first outfit post, I included my Strathmore 5.5″ by 8.5″ sketchbook, because it’s kind of like an accessory. I take that thing with me everywhere. I got the sketchbook while I was shopping for art supplies for the precollege courses; making the sketch pad relatively new. So, I thought I might share some of my sketches with you guys.
P.S. I like feedback. wink. wink.
Series: “HEADS” (heads incorporated into miscellaneous things)
Series: Ball Hogs (Mismatched athletes and balls)
also my first time using watercolors
Basketball x Bowling