3D animation in progress at Tamk, Art and media

Text by Martti Sirkkola and Robert Niva
A group of students from TAMK University of Applied Sciences, the School of Art and Media are working on a 3-4 minute-long 3D animation. This is a pioneer-project, because the crew consists of students from the AV-field and the interactive and visual fields.

The animation is done with Blender, one of the most popular free 3D software. Other crucial stages of the project are for example scriptwriting, character designing and sound designing.

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There is also a blog in English, where all the different stages are being explained with posts and pictures. The idea is to write down the whole process from the first idea to marketing so that the blog can be used also in education purposes.

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