May 26, 2017

New DV Work: The Perks of Being a Wallflower – Spec Title Sequence




Spec title sequence for the feature film The Perks of Being a Wallflower, created by student Charlotte Foley for DVA254 Motion Graphics class using Adobe After Effects. Related PostsDigital Video Students Win Big at Spring Inter-College 48 Hour Film Challenge Future You University Returns to UAT Programming Students Adopt a Robotic Dog Technology Futurist, Jamais Cascio, Named As An Honorary Doctorate from UAT Congrats Spring SIP Fair Winners Link to this post!

New DV Work: Typography – Ringo Starr’s MS Paint Art




This typographic animation of a sketch from The Gamegrumps was created by student Charlotte Foley for DVA254 Motion Graphics class using Adobe After Effects. Link to this post!Related PostsGet Ready for Spring SIP Fair at UAT Congrats to UAT’s Cyber Security Teams UATDV at Phoenix Film Festival 2017 2017 Cisco IOT Network Challenge Can VR Help Reduce Stress Levels in College Students?

New DV Work: ANATOMY OF A MURDER – Title Sequence Recreation




A recreation of Saul Bass’ iconic intro sequence to Otto Preminger’s ANATOMY OF A MURDER, created by student Zach Pfluger for DVA254 Motion Graphics class. Created with Adobe After Effects, Photoshop, and Illustrator.   Link to this post!Related PostsDV Students Make Movie Magic with “Mitch Rapp: Off Book” UAT’s Network Security Team Takes A Roadtrip To WRCCDC UAT Game Jam Workshop Branch Prediction G33K Squad Competes in Southwest VEX U Tournament

New DV Work: ARCHER – Title Sequence Recreation




A from-scratch recreation of the opening title sequence to the FX animated series ARCHER, created for DVA254 Motion Graphics class by student Harmony Summer Jones. Created with Adobe After Effects, Photoshop, and Illustrator. Link to this post!Related Posts‘Props Through 3D Printing’ Panel at WonderCon featuring 3D Printed Starlord Mask Land a Job or Internship at the Spring Career Fair Update on UAT eSports Team That’s Suboptimal, Sitting in Top 16 Try Virtual Reality at Tempe Geeks Night Out UAT faculty and students collaborate with Hollywood players for action film “Mitch Rapp: Off Book”

Award-Winning Film “Limelight” Now on YouTube!




Last summer a team of UAT Digital Video students lead by Killian Davies competed in the IFP Phoenix “Beat the Clock” 48 Hour Film Challenge and won Best Picture for their effort titled “Limelight.” As in every 48-hour challenge, there were some parameters given by IFP to ensure that the films were actually completed in the allotted time, and not filmed beforehand. Two possible lines of dialogue and two possible props were given; the UATDV team chose “That gives me a tingly feeling” as the line and a plant as the prop – and starting from that inspiration they created a 5-minute…