Sequential Art has posted a batch o’ their completed work from Generate on their blog…check it out:
MOME Challenge Winner Announced!! October 7, 2011Posted by tohailey in : Motion Media , comments closed
MOME Generate challenge winner announced: Team Incubi!!!! Tori, Anna & Brenden created a King Louis animation in the IdeaString challenge. They will be receiving Amazon gift cards from the sponsor. Excellent job to all challengers! I hear next year’s competition is already being formulated a MOME/ANIM mashup.
Animation Winner Announced October 6, 2011Posted by tohailey in : Animation , comments closed
There were 3 finalists.
Team Animal Biscuits
Team Fluffy Bunnies
with Team Redneck Animation a close fourth.
Turner has selected as the OVERALL CHALLENGE WINNER — Team Animal Biscuits.
The judging was extremely close. What set this group ahead was the overall concept, episode breakdown and story arc for season 1, as well as the sustainability of the plot. Artwork was great too. Appropriate style and overall a great fit for ABC. They loved the overall concept. Even the episode summary had the Turner folks chuckling. Nice work!
Best pitch: Team Fluffy Bunnies.
Best Animatic: Team Redneck Animation.
Congrats to ALL of you for completing this challenge. Not only do you now have another portfolio piece (along with an excellent story for the interview) but you were able to log face time with some very talented and important Turner people! Keep in touch with them. They’ll remember working with you.
Another Game Complete! October 1, 2011Posted by generate in : Interactive Design and Game Development, Updates , comments closed
After MUCH iteration, Network Nightmare is finished!
PHOT: FLUX Documentary Challenge October 1, 2011Posted by generate in : Photography, Updates , comments closed
Photography students documented the FLUX event last night.
Click here to view the images!
The final hour October 1, 2011Posted by tohailey in : Animation, Film and Television, Interactive Design and Game Development, Motion Media, Visual Effects , comments closed
The coffee is gone, there are still donuts, power bars, juice boxes and rendering final frames to go. Teams are wrapping up their night’s works and celebrating their accomplishments and lessons learned.