After learning some sound editing and animation skills, the first-years in IMY 120 were given a project in which they had to tell a story that begins with a verbal narration and ends with an animation. The best projects are shown below.
To practice their skills with image editing, the first-years in IMY 120 were given an assignment where they had to creatively combine at least 15 different images to create a “Frankenstein monster” character and make it look like it is part of its background.
The best submissions are shown below in no particular order.
For the practical component of IMY 211, the students are given an introduction to the workflow of 3ds Max. This culminates in a short animation of a robotic character which they have modelled, textured, rigged, lit and animated themselves.
These are the best animations in various categories:
For an assignment in IMY 777 (animation theory and practice), the Honours students are tasked with creating a short rotoscope animation. This involves tracing a live action video which they have filmed themselves. The top animation is shown below. It was created by Kristi Dreyer.