A truly pioneering and inspiring piece of experimental film and animation. Len Lye painted directly onto celluloid film to create this. Imagine the time and care that must have taken.
I really recommend that you watch it!
Here is a link to the BFI Screen Online article with more details about this piece of film.
Len Lye – A Colour Box
A nifty little tutorial to make you feel at home the Maya 8’s interface.
Tutorial by Noesis Interactive
Undergraduates that are doing the module, Digital Media in Practice, can keep up to date with everything that is going on by following the module on the DMiP blog. On the blog you will find links to useful tutorials and snippets of information regarding what has been or will be taught in the lecture. There is also a big list of RSS links to all the blogs of the students studying the module so you have a look at your fellow pupils blogs and how they are going about keeping theirs up to date and useful for themselves as well as visitors.
An important thing to remember is that these blogs, if you use them to their full potential, will become an excellent point of reference for yourself as well as a chance to build up a porfolio-esq style library of your progression as a student of the Film and Media Department here at UWTSD.
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1. Image Straightening Demo
Brought to you by the Wizard of the Macintosh Computer Suite, a youtube channel containing video tutorials of Photoshop CS3 and InDesign CS3 lessons from the Classroom in a Book range.
Lampeter MCS Channel
Hope you find this link useful. You should subscribe to it and keep an eye on updates. Especially useful if you forget how to do something from the sessions and need to go back over it.
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