Welcome to the final, most tragic, portal, the final destination for all animations and patience. Here is where animation come to render and students wait hours and hours for a mere 5 seconds of videos. This room has created more than just a few existential crises and fits of rage. Very few animation actually survive the rendering process. Most stop midway through and students are forced to render from the start. This concludes the tour of the Animation World. Thank you~ Enjoy the rest of your day!
In one of the winged sections of the first floor is the sculpture studio. The sculpture studio is useful for students that are working with wood, metal, or plexiglass. There are lots of tools and heavy machinery that can be used to cut, measure, and assemble your project.
Professor Nakra’s room is often frequented by those with passion for music. The room is equipped with many Mac desktops coupled with MIDI keyboards which allows for effective production, editing and postproduction of sound and music.
The Art Gallery is the host of our creativity at the IMM building. The last step in a creative process is to present our creative projects. The layout of the room as well as the ample light allow for a multitude of projects and exhibits to be shown.
In this class students take stills of popular movies and sequence them in a way that conveys the meaning of the scene in 10 or less stills. This class helps students hone their abilities of setting up camera shots or their ability to act by studying the facial expressions of the actors.
This is one of the many of such projects done over the course of the semester.
If you go to the main staircase on the first floor you will notice that there is a nice cozy space to nap behind the stairs which is easily accessible with a little bit of climbing and crawling. It is said that there was once a student who died here because he was chilling too hard and now his ghost sometimes chills here too.
Best uses of this space: napping, chilling, dozing off, haunting
Welcome dear mortals to the Globe Theater! Home of all of Shakespeare’s works in animated form. Watch Hamlet dramatize every moment of his life through dramatic monologue, or Nick Bottom charm the hearts of all in his portrayal of Pryamus in Peter Quince’s latest hit, The Most Tragic Death of Pyramus and Thisbe.
To see where animation and patience go to die visit the next room, the dungeon, ie: the Render Lab.