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This very short animation was a personal exercise for me since I hadn’t animated in over a couple of years and I have very little Flash animation in my portfolio.
The dialogue comes from the 11 second club website (http://www.11secondclub.com/competitions) and can be found under the April 2016 competition.
I obtained the music from the FMA Free Music Archive and can be found here (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/The...).
I really enjoyed working on this and hope to make more 11 second club animations in the future.

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This video briefly covers the process of making the Stop Motion 2 film, “The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters”. This short film was produced in the Stop Motion studio at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

The music used in this video is entitled “Oneiri” by Kai Engel. (I do not own the rights to this song; I am simply using it for entertainment/ educational purposes). You can find the full song here- https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/ICD-10/Kai_Engel_-_ICD-10_-_06_Oneiri

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In my senior year of college I enrolled in a course called Stop Motion 2. The purpose of the class was to learn how to work as a group in a studio setting and to produce a short film. The concept came from our teacher Adam Savje and the story is based on the etching, ‘The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters’ by Francisco Goya. I was apart of the production team and I did all of the editing on the film.

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I started to sketch out ideas for this degree project in the summer of 2014 and finished final edits in April 2015. In the beginning I knew that I wanted to create a stop motion film with soda cans. Through class critiques ideas changed and evolved into what you see here. The music used in this film are titled “Cylinder One” by Chris Zabriskie and “Stourpaine March”, composer unknown. (I do not own the rights to these songs. I am simply using them for entertainment/ educational purposes.)

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In this video I wanted to showcase my ability to model and texture objects in Maya. I built half of the scooter from scratch using two reference pictures and I then mirrored the geometry to create a whole vehicle. The music used in this film is “La Vie En Rose by Louis Armstrong. (I do not own the rights to this song nor to the Vespa logo; I am simply using them for educational/ entertainment purposes.)

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This was my final project for the class 'Digital Toolbox 3'. The program I used to create this short animation is Autodesk Maya. The character rig is by David O'Reilly. The music is "Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor. (I do not own the rights to the song and the character rig. I am simply using them both for entertainment/ educational purposes.)

You can find the full song here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btPJPFnesV4

You can find the character rig here-
http://www.davidoreilly.com/

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A short film I made for Animation 4. Our homework was to pick a real place and then make an animation that recreated the spirit of that location. I chose my hometown. The song used in this piece is entitled, “Laserdisc” by Chris Zabriskie. (I do not own the rights to this song; I am simply using it for entertainment/ educational purposes.)

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This was my final project for the class Advanced Character Animation at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. The goal of the project was to use multiple layers of vellum paper to create a sense of 3-dimentional depth in the overall scene. The story is simple: an animate flower tries to find the perfect vase.

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I made this film in response to an assignment for my animation portfolio class. The car shown in this video is a 2015 ford fusion (stock car variant) and it was made entirely from cut construction paper. The music is titled Prelude No. 3 by Chris Zabriskie (I do not own the rights to this song; I am purely using it for non-profit, entertainment/ educational purposes.)

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The above video is a compilation of various animation assignments from my time at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. These projects ranged from quick studies to fully fleshed out ideas. I’ve taken the time to add additional music and sound effects to some of these clips and I will list below the links to some of the music I’ve used.

Songs:

--No Me Se Rajar by Vicente Fernandez
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_HS3ebxzxk

--Buckbreak by Ken Hamm
https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Various_Peppermill_Records/Hi_and_Ho_We_Plant_Trees/set2-08-Ken_Hamm-Buckbreak_1945

-- Promenade Moderato non tanto pesante by Skidmore College Orchestra
https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Skidmore_College_Orchestra/Mussorgskys_Pictures_at_an_Exhibition/Promenade_Moderato_non_tanto_pesante

-- Warm Fingers by Blue Dot Sessions
https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Blue_Dot_Sessions/Piano_Mover/Warm_Fingers

-- Frog Legs Rag (1906, piano roll) by James Scott
https://freemusicarchive.org/music/James_Scott/Frog_Legs_Ragtime_Era_Favorites/01_-_james_scott_-_frog_legs_rag

-- Pirate Bay by THANASIS G.
https://freemusicarchive.org/music/THANASIS_G/PIRATE_BAY/Pirate_Bay

What if breakfast could make itself....? That was the homework prompt a fellow student gave me. For my animation I came up with the idea of anthropomorphic slices of bead paying tribute to humans (in a King Kong sort of way). The song used in this short film is entitled, “Bongo Psylocybin” by Sid Peacock. (I do not own the rights to this song; I am simply using it for entertainment/ educational purposes.)

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This film was my final project for Stop Motion 1. I wanted to make a film that utilized everything I had learned that semester. I also wanted to include the stop motion puppet I had made. The song used in this film is titled “No Good About Goodbye” by Shirley Bassey. (I do not own the rights to this song; nor do I own the rights for the 007 logo. I am simply using both for entertainment/ educational purposes.)

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This was a short homework assignment for my Design for Animators class. We had to find a snippet of dialogue from any video of our choosing and then create an animation using only words, similar to the popular Dot Dot Dot animation by Ricepirate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Z2Z23SAFVA

I chose to use a quote from the season 9, Seinfeld episode, “The Strike”.

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Our homework for Stop Motion 1 was simple; pick any object and come up with creative camera movements. I chose a can of chili.
The song used in this short film is entitled, “Dance of The Stargazer” by U.S. Army Blues. (I do not own the rights to this song; I am simply using it for entertainment/ educational purposes.)

You can find the full song here- https://freemusicarchive.org/music/US_Army_Blues/Live_At_Blues_Alley/0_-_03_-_The_US_Army_Blues_-_Dance_Of_The_Stargazer

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Homework: Generate 5 random ink drawings and then from these drawings create a film that has a beginning, middle and end. This was the result. Audio is from Freesound.org.

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How are coins made and how do they travel? Where are they born and where do they die?
This was a short film I made for Animation 3. For homework everyone was given a single word to make an animation from. I got the word ‘Coin’. From there I decided to make my film about the life cycle of a coin. The songs used in this video are, “Blackout” by Zulus and “66/55” by Westy Reflector. (I do not own the rights to these songs; I am simply using them for entertainment/ educational purposes.)

You can find the full songs here-

https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Westy_Reflector/still_echoes/The_Reflectors_-_still_echoes_-_05_66-55

https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Zulus/Live_at_WFMU_on_August_5_2012/Zulus_-_05_-_Blackout

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The idea behind this project was to take a quote and create an animation from it. I chose the famous quote by Neil Armstrong, “That's one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind.”

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This was a film I made in my sophomore year of college, in the class entitled 'Drawing For Animators'. This video is a culmination of all projects I completed in the class. The title of the song used in the video is “I Give Up” and is performed by Rusty Isabell. (I do not own the rights to this song; I am simply using it for entertainment/ educational purposes.)

You can find the full song here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jym_POQS1Ac

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This was a film I made in my sophomore year of college. The project entailed making 100 abstract images and then creating a film from that. The title of the song used in the video is “Ping Pong” and is performed by Bernie Green & his orchestra. (I do not own the rights to this song; I am simply using it for entertainment/ educational purposes.)

You can find the full song here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFXd9BWfHbg

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This is a zoetrope I made for one of my animation classes. A zoetrope is an early animation device that produces the illusion of motion from a rapid series of static pictures (also known as frames). The theme of this zoetrope is nutrition and exercise. The song used in this piece is "Swipesy cakewalk" by Scott Joplin. (I do not own the rights to this song; I am simply using it for entertainment/ educational purposes).

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Category Anime & Animation

Hello and welcome to my BitChute channel "Hurley Art". Here is the spot where I upload all of my completed animations and live action movies. The type of content I produce ranges from hand drawn animation to 3D modeling. Some of my work has a narrative focus while others are simple commercials.If you have time please enjoy the films I have uploaded and feel free to leave a comment.

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