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Video Blog

Our video blog has all the latest student work and gameplay videos.

Frost Lake

Neil Boyd - Thursday, May 08, 2014

This great game environment created by Grace Toyer, Tucson Bagley and Andrew Kerr in for a second year game art project is the perfect place to rest before moving on with your quest.

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Detention - Game Environment

Simon Freeman - Tuesday, April 29, 2014

A game environment created by a ground of second year students studying the Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development, Specialising in Game Art & Animation

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Red Queen Developed in Affiliation with AIE

Simon Freeman - Wednesday, April 16, 2014

This project was created by AIE staff, alumni and current AIE students. 
Based on the character of Harley Quinn from DC comics.
Set inside the mind of Harley Quinn as her guilt forces a confrontation with her original persona.
Made just for fun, completely not for profit. Watch it in 4K to see the amazing quality!
For some behind the scenes action check out the Mechanical Minds website 

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Game Environment - Overgrown Ruins

Craig Brown - Thursday, April 10, 2014

3 Students studying the Advanced Diploma of Professional game Development - Specialising in Game Art and Animation created this stunning game environment. The 3D assets were created in Maya and Zbush then imported into Unreal Engine 4.

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AIE Screen Showreel 2014

Craig Brown - Monday, March 24, 2014

Students in the Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media - Specialising in 3D Animation and VFX created some amazing work last year. Here is just a taste...

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Neil Boyd - Wednesday, March 19, 2014

2013 WD Project SciFi Short Film Entry

This project was completed by a team of 3D artists studying their first year at AIE Sydney. They took on board the 2013 WD Project SciFi competition as their client project and had a month to complete this short.

Unfortunately they did not have enough time to complete 5 minute's worth of footage to qualify for the short film Category but their 60 second promo (which starts at 1:10 in this video) won the runners up award for Best Promo.

2013 WD Project SciFi Short Film Entry

Theme: Black - Robot.

Thank you to all the guys who worked so hard on this. It was a month full of coffee and enjoyment.
Damien Lam - 3d Artist
Kendrick Khoo - 3d Artist
Bradley Bishop - 3d Artist
Tristian Blake - 3d Artist
Tom Pugh - 3d Artist

Sound and Music
Joel Burrell
Mitchell Charles Bown

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Time lapse - 3D animated walk cycle

Craig Brown - Thursday, March 06, 2014

This 3D animated walk cycle time lapse was created by AIE second year Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media student Josh Wood.

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AIE Student Architectural Projection

Craig Brown - Monday, March 03, 2014

AIE students were selected to create a series unique short animation that were projected onto the National Portrait Gallery of Australia as part of the 2014 Enlighten Festival.

The students had just  5 weeks to develop the animations. Students used a range of industry standard tools such as Maya and Nuke to achieve the magnificent effects. the students who learnt the tools as part of bot the Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development and  Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media had the most dynamic animation projected onto buildings at the festival. 

Below is a sneak peek at the Nuke 'tree' for one of the animations.

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Still Life - 4th place at Tropfest 22

Simon Freeman - Thursday, February 13, 2014

Still Life 2013 from AIE on Vimeo.

Still Life was created by a group of AIE students studying the Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media, Specialising in 3D Animation. This short animated film came 4th overall at Tropfest 22 (2013) out of over 650 entries, and also won the "Cadetship Award". An amazing achievement for a group of second year students.

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Pirate Arena - Game Programming Foundations

Craig Brown - Thursday, February 13, 2014

5 Students in year 11 and 12 created the game 'Pirate Arena' as part of their Game Programming Foundations short course.


Game Programming Foundations teaches you how to program game in C# and is designed for people who have never attempted programming before. The course can be studied in as little as 10 weeks.

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