Animated Typeface – Knewave

It’s that time again where students in Term 3 at VFS Digital Design get to work on the Animated Typeface project. Recap: It is a collaborative class initiative where each student makes a second long animated sequence for 3 – 4 glyphs. This time League Gothic was used and this typeface was created by Tyler Finck.

These sequences needed to be 25 frames long using three or fewer of the chosen colours. It has been amazing to see the incredible work.

To view the full project, please check out:

Knewave Animated Typeface

Here is what some students have to share about their experience:

Jay Lee

Jay Animated Type Screenshot

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Epic Light Painting

As part of Experimental Practices, an elective course in term 4 taught by Dougal Muir, there is a fun session of light painting photography that I conduct. Some of these images were from that lesson, and the rest were from another session: The other students in Digital Design Class 33 had seen the previous results and wanted to create more light paintings. We made use of a camera remote, a tripod, slow shutter speeds and various LED lights. Here are some of the epic images created as a result of our collaboration.

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recap of Draw By Night #42: DOMINIONS

On November 5th, VFS hosted Draw By Night #42:  DOMINIONS. The theme for this free event inspired a cuteness overload of drawings: It was Minion Madness! Along with guests from the general public, we saw students from Digital Design, Programming, and Makeup take part. As per custom, snacks and art supplies were provided. It was fun to see all the different interpretations of the Minion characters. See you at the next Draw By Night!

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Animated Typeface – League Gothic

It’s that time again where students in Term 3 at VFS Digital Design get to work on the Animated Typeface project. Recap: It is a collaborative class initiative where each student makes a second long animated sequence for 3 – 4 glyphs. This time League Gothic was used and this typeface was created by Tyler Finck, Micah Rich, and Dannci.

These sequences needed to be 25 frames long using three or fewer of the chosen colours. It has been amazing to see the incredible work.

To view the full project, please check out:

League Gothic Animated Typeface

Here is what some students have to share about their experience:

Carolina Cortes

Carolina Animated Type Screenshot

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