Let's continue the Ruby title bump project we were working on last week. Just so we're all on the same page, so to speak, I have uploaded the project file I was working on in class last week. You can download it by [clicking here]. Below are the continued tutorial videos.
12.) Lighting the Scene
13.) Camera Moves
14.)Get On The Floor
As I mention in the above tutorial, rendering takes about 8 hours. If you're not game to sit through such a render, that's ok: I have uploaded my rendered content and you can download load it here in preparation for the next step! Be forewarned, however, as this file is just under 620MB. Yikes!
17.)Importing Into After Effects
This is the pitch video for the ¡Salud! Myths and Reality of Mexican Immigrant Health documentary that I am currently researching and developing with my students. This film is the product of my honors seminar course at Lehman College CUNY exploring the so-called 'Latino Health Paradox' – the better than expected health outcomes of recent Latino immigrants to the US. We want to create a broadcast two-hour documentary to explain this paradox through the lens of recent Mexican immigrants in NYC.
This pitch video will be used to help crowdfund the documentary.
Directed by: David Schwittek and Alyshia Galvez
Victor Borja Armas
I recently completed this short animation for the 2013 Sustainable CUNY Video Short Contest. The film features the voices of Natalie Goldberg, Lindsey Goldberg, and Abby Schwittek.
I made this short doc for the Bronx Children's Museum's 3rd annual Dream Big Initiative, shown at Cardinal Hayes High School in the Bronx. Bobby was a ton of fun to work with! His response to the film: " You do good work!"