Meet Digital Media alum Jeb Johnson who was the Director of Photography for the film “One Night In January: Counting the Cost of Homelessness,” which is a feature length documentary film that examines the causes of homelessness and its cultural, social, and financial impact on society. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the film is available FREE for viewing online. You can read more about Jeb and learn more about the film at One Night In January. “We met Jeb while we were interviewing ETSU students about their awareness of homelessness. When he found out that we were filming a documentary, Continue Reading
Digital Media Alum Ryan Brown has been featured on the Quaver Ed website to celebrate Black Music Month. Ryan currently is the Supervising Animator at Quaver Ed which has it’s headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee. You can read the full interview about Ryan, his work and his perspective on Black Music Month here on the Overmountain Animation Festival. Since 2005, the Department of ETSU Digital Media host this celebration of animation talent from all over the world. This year, the festival is available in an online streaming event. For more more information on the schedule, see the
ETSU’s National Student Advertising team placed in the top nine of the National Student Advertising Competition semi-finals after winning first place in the district 7 competition. This is the second time in three years that ETSU students have competed at the finals. Students on the NSAC team represent the ETSU Departments of Media and Communication, Art and Design and Digital Media. This semester, they collaborated to create an advertising solution for the 2020 competition client, Adobe. At the district level, the team competed against eight other universities, including second place winner the University of Alabama and third place winner Lee Continue Reading
Friends and family celebrated our graduates in the Senior Showcase with some reminiscing words from senior Britannie Cox. As always, the student work is on display. This season, our new 82″ displays show off all those glorious pixels and hard-fought renders.
Students from the departments of Digital Media and Art & Design enjoy an evening at the Cosplay Life Drawing event in the Digital Media Center. Thanks to Marty Henley for organizing this!
The goal of this project was to show a character going through a change in emotion because of something they observe without the use of dialog. Acting is reacting!
After several years doing digital art, Piney Flats’ Chelsea Lowe hit it big when she was commissioned to do posters for 21st Century Fox’s “Dark Phoenix” and Disney-Pixar’s “Toy Story 4.” READ the Complete Article by Jonathan Roberts
Since there are many job opportunities for animators in game production, this assignment challenged the students to create a simple game animation set (Idle, Run, Attack, and Jump) and implement it into a game engine.
This project challenges the students to work in the “pose to pose” workflow to show how the various parts of the body move together and react to physics as a system.