Video Blog

Video Blog

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

Gameplay Trailer: Ball Point

Craig Brown - Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Ball Point was developed by 6 students as part of the Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development. 

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Year 1 Showreel - AIE Sydney

Simon Freeman - Wednesday, January 09, 2013

A compilation of work from first year students at AIE Sydney who are studying the Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development - Specialising in Art, and the Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media

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Tony the Tonka - Created by Year 1 Students at AIE Sydney

Simon Freeman - Monday, December 17, 2012

Tony the Tonka was created by four 1st year students at AIE Sydney as their final year project. This was a three week project that displays the skill level acquired by students in just one year of study.

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First Year Animated Short Film

Craig Brown - Friday, December 14, 2012

Short film created by 8 students in the Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media over 8 weeks. Characters were modeled in Zbrush and animated in Maya. To see a character turn around watch this video

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First Year Client Production - WSPA

Simon Freeman - Thursday, December 13, 2012

Some amazing work done by a group of first year students at AIE Sydney. This client production was produced for the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA)

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1st year Game Art and Design - UDK level

Craig Brown - Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Fly-through of a game level designed by 1st year Game Art & Design students. The environment was modeled in Maya and is running in UDK. The entire environment was developed in 8 weeks.

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AIE Virtual Tour

Craig Brown - Friday, October 26, 2012

Meet a few of the staff and students at AIE and check out some student projects.

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Student Showreel 2012 - First Year Students From AIE Sydney

Simon Freeman - Friday, October 12, 2012

Student Showreel 2012 from AIE on Vimeo.

A showcase of six first year AIE Sydney students work, collaborated together to create this piece.
Our skills consist of 3D modeling, scultping, concept art, texturing, surfacing, graphic design, animation, motion graphics, visual effects and compositing.
We have joined together as a group for our final first year project and have created this showreel to demonstrate our skills and show off our works.

Our group consist of Stefanie Boensch, Lawrence Wong, Corin Sadlier, David Sparrow, Elijah Akouri and Benjamin Shearman

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Digital Matte Painting from the Group known as "The Extensionists" - Year 2 Sydney Screen and Media

Simon Freeman - Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Digital Matte Painting from the Group known as "The Extensionists" from AIE on Vimeo.

A static backplate was shot on HD1080 specs behind the ABC building in Chinatown. This Digital matte painting incorporates 3D elements such as Monorail, track and Pylons. Artists include: Meaghan Leonard, Lawrence Li, Brian Carlin, Martin Alvarez, James Bleakley, Thanh Dinh.

Note that this is work-in-progress. We are currently exploring the finer details of compositing. We are looking at further integrating the 2D & 3D elements through use of atmospheric haze, light flickers & subtle movement. We are currently examining the finer points of motion blur & camera movement. Other considerations are the addition of city trash & clutter, banners and signage with movement through the Z depth.

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Certificate II Short film production - Streets of 2043

Craig Brown - Tuesday, October 09, 2012

9 Certificate II in Creative Industries - Specialising in 3D Animation students created this great short film. All the art assets, planning, lighting and cameras shots had been created by the team in only 7 days.

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