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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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Holographic Fashion

Neil Boyd - Friday, June 14, 2013

This work was created by Julie Downs, Natasha Downs and Anzel Rossouw as part of their Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media. Is this the future of fashion?


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Duchess - Short VFX Film

Simon Freeman - Thursday, May 02, 2013
A VFX assignment by six 2nd year screen students at AIE Sydney over a 5 week period.
The protagonist is running for his life futuristic landscape. Although, everything is not as it seems!



Duchess from AIE on Vimeo.


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Crumb - VFX Short Film

Craig Brown - Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Who said you need a large team to produce a great looking VFX shot?

Crumb is a short film created by Rebecca Lyons Wright, a student in her second year of the Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media - Specialising in Visual FX.



Keen to find out how Rebecca was able to make Crumb blend in seamlessly with the environment? Check out the shot break down and discover how to develop 3D characters from a simple sketch. You are also able to get a great look at the Nuke compositing workflow, a program rarely seen in most behind the scenes videos.


Keen to start making your own VFX short films? Come along to the next AIE Open Day.

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VFX Compositing - Roof Collapse

Craig Brown - Wednesday, April 03, 2013

This VFX shot was created by Josh Obst as part of his Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media. The VFX breakdown shows all the elements that Josh brought together when he composited the shot in the industry standard software Nuke.

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