Industry guests and visitors even get to take home a nice goodie bag with good stuff at the reception.
The showcase area is separated into two parts - The Atrium and the Auditorium. The atrium features mainly video clips of projects done by various diplomas' students.
|A quirky animation done by graduand from Digital Media Design|
The auditorium area consists of various booths set up by students from all 6 diplomas. All their best work will be on display and these students are also on hand to explain more about their work to visitors.
It is also their hope that they would be noticed by industry visitors, who are potential employers and likely to give them their big break into the industry!
|These gorgeous creatures are by Tay Yi Chong, who would like to work as a Concept Artist Illustrator.|
|Really elaborate illustrations by Valerie Lim, who hopes to be able to get a job as an illustrator or concept artist|
|Guests are free to leave their namecards at booths of interest :)|
|A really cute namecard by Jovelle Goh, an Interaction Graphic Designer|
|Jovelle Goh speaking to a visitor|
Check out all these other beautiful illustrations and work by SIDM students.
You can see more of their work at their official website at http://fusion.nyp.edu.sg/. The site is interactive and you can even put artists you like on your 'Watch List'.
The show is not just about illustrations and animation, as students also showcased their technical skills and expertise in certain artistic areas. This piece of work is by Daphne Tan, who is demonstrating Modelling, Texturing, and Lighting, around a room to create an atmosphere.
This game must have taken ages to create. Can you imagine how many frames (still shots) are required just to animate a scene? A game with length and depth requires a lot of hard work in scripting, animating, conceptualising, drawing and illustration, and much more.
There's a lot of technical skills in Interactive and Digital Media we can't even imagine. Here, student Zeng Shichang, a 3D Character Animator and CG Compositor showcases his Green Screen Compositing. No idea what it is? Take a good look at this picture and the one below!
Yes it's basically laying a subject over a backdrop. This is rather nicely done. Just look at all the intricate greenery and the subject's shadow.
So what are you waiting for? Pay a visit to The Brand New Show, from 10am to 6pm tomorrow, and you may even learn something new, in addition to getting to meet some of the latest talents!