A short video I made for Lycoming’s website! Thanks Isaiah for helping me out with this one! :]
Another one of my 10 second text personality videos! This one is my favorite :]
I’ve always loved the book Madeline when I was younger. I’d sit and play that silly game on my windows 98 for hours, and even though at times it would freeze and I’d have to start all over again, I wouldn’t complain. I also loved the illustrations in the book; that messy coloring, out of the lines, one page is entirely yellow while another is fully colored sorta thing. So I tried my hand at animation on after effects.
Everything was drawn in Photoshop. This was before our school got a tablet so everything was drawn with a mouse. The little girl’s eyes are real people’s eyes that were highly contrasted in Photoshop. The backgrounds to each scene are my favorite things I’ve ever made.
Tried my hand at typography. This little 10 second video took me 8 hours to do. I couldn’t find the right text personalities, and now after watching it, it’s so delayed it drives me crazy. I’ll fix it eventually.
All last year a group of kids at Lycoming College worked really hard to produce, film, and edit this short story. Through a campus club called Crossing the Frame Production, we were able to make this beautiful film in honor of the Moore/Urbina family, whom the story is based off of.
The film, written by Chelsea Peyton Moore, is about a family’s struggles when dealing with the side effects of a flesh eating bacteria called Necrotizing Fasciitis. Julie, the main character, visits her mother for the first time in the hospital since her collapse. She imagines talking to her mother, after realizing she may never wake up from her coma, and finds the strength to be strong for her family when they need strength the most.
I can’t believe I haven’t posted it to my tumblr yet! And if I did, it’s a film worth showing again.
Hipster short film. Based off of the Amelie intro.
A little video I made about audio and it’s relation to visual imagery. Thank you Chelsea for being my model!
This is the trailer to the movie my friends and I in Crossing the Frame Productions (CTFP) have been working really hard to write, film, and edit. I’m super excited that we have something to show for all of our hard work!
The film is called “Pumpkin”, it is written by the lovely and talented Chelsea Moore. It is a true story about the struggles she went through when her mom developed a rare flesh eating bacteria in the lower right portion of the leg.
The film will be viewed at the Community Arts Center in downtown Williamsport, PA on April 11th 2012. It is free to attend, and will be viewed at the end of the Video Annual Awards where students all over PA submit videos to be judges by a panel in hopes to win the Tom Woodruff award!
Please come to support Lycoming College, CTFP, and your friends and family who took part in the making of this awesome film! Something we are extremely proud of. :D
I’m completely aware this video will not strike the same chord in anyone else but me.