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Interaction Review 2

The first game whose Juice I analyzed was Doom(2016). For juiciness the game has a lot of blood and gore when killing monsters. Melee kills play a quick animation of the player ripping demons apart and blood particle effects pop … Continue reading

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Interaction Review 1

For a game I could play forever I chose Sonic Mania. To play the game you use your thumb to move the left joystick. This makes sonic run left or right and look up or down. Hitting the A button … Continue reading

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Interactive Design: Drawing a Line from Here to There.

On may 1st I went over to Alfred University to visit the Drawing a Line from Here to There gallery. The gallery was made by Megan Daus and contained a variety of 3D sculptures spread throughout the gallery. One notable … Continue reading

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Animation Self Critique

Over the past semester I’ve grown a lot as an animator. I learned to work with a more complicated rig, I also learned the basics of rigging characters and weight painting. One area I still need to improve upon in … Continue reading

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Interactive Design: Lecture Write Up

On Monday April 17th, I went to a gallery opening at Alfred University. The gallery was titled Alchemy Juice by Alex Zablocki. The gallery consisted of various small ceramic sculptures made by Alex, who gave a speech about his art … Continue reading

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Art History II: Second Gallery Write Up

On April 10th Alfred University opened a new Art Gallery, Abject Architect: Landscape Survey 1. The art in the gallery was made by Lea McCormick Griggs. The gallery consists of several large sculptures. Each of these was made of wood … Continue reading

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Art History II Gallery Write Up: (In)voluntary Memories

On Thursday, February 23rd, a new exhibition was opened at the Bret Llewellyn Gallery, (In)voluntary memories by Alysia Kaplan. There are four pieces of art at the gallery, a video, 6 photos arranged together, a small picture, and a projection. Alysia … Continue reading

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