Author Archives: Ryan Williams

About Ryan Williams

I’m Ryan Williams, I'm currently majoring in Digital Media and Animation. My primary focus is 3D/2D art and 3D animations. Programs i currently use for 3D art/animations are Maya and substance painter/designer. Mediums i use for 2D art consist of charcoal, pen/ink, pencil, Photoshop, and illustrator.

Production Project 2: Archetype

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Trapped in a Coma

For this Project I was tasked with choosing a theme from the article “6 trends that define visual culture now” to create a short film, I chose Surreality and created a short film portraying the feeling of being trapped in … Continue reading

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Modern Visual Story and Visual Culture Trends Mood Board

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Senior Seminar Presentation

We talked about filtered reality by Jill Walker and how technology can be used to create filters that alter or distort content and images in different ways or to remove certain content all together. This is a concept that I … Continue reading

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Production 1 Final

Here’s my final project for production 1, the goal of this project was to create a video using the poem Hidden by Naomi Shihab Nye as a prompt. I had a lot of fun working on this project and I … Continue reading

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Senior Seminar Project Concept

In class on Monday November 7th, 2018 we talked about people who track and analyze things such as “steps, travels, productivity, location, glucose, heart rate, coffee intake, sleep and more”. Tracking and analyzing these aspects of ones life can lead … Continue reading

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Artists as Innovators

  I attended the “Artists as Innovators” showcase at Alfred University in the Fosdick-Nelson Gallery on October 10th, 2018. After observing all of the pieces, I chose the work that stood out the most to me. Andres Serrand’s work caught … Continue reading

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