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Class work: Week of October 5, 2009

This week has generated lots of good-looking material, so I thought I’d show some of it off. First up, an animated NHL logo, built and animated in Autodesk 3ds Max. We started with a JPG, traced and beveled it, then set up materials, particles, and lighting. Next up, we’ll be independently doing this with our […]

Flash project: some bits and pieces

I had a lot of fun working on my big Flash project for the end of semester. Because I was focusing more on getting back into doing things with code, a lot of love went into implementing a few tricks that you may not have noticed at first glance. Here are a few: The logo […]

It’s done!

My semester ended yesterday with the completion of this final project. I’ll post more on it later, for now I’m getting ready to attend FITC!

Flash banner ad

I collaborated with 5 of my classmates for this project, to develop a suite of banner ads for a fictitious skateboard company to promote Pond 70, a soon-to-be-launched site showcasing Seneca student work.

Galerie de 6 photos à la Flash

Just a quick ‘n dirty Flash-based image gallery for an assignment. Photos were taken on my 2006 trip to Macau.

4 symbols hath Flash

One of the strengths of Flash is that it facilitates the reuse of objects (such as complex vector shapes) to reduce file size. Objects can be encapsulated, then reused within a document – or even across documents – with a negligible increase in file size. This layer of abstraction reduces load-time when a savvy Flash […]