ERASMUS - InformAnimation IP + Graduation

So for the past 2.5 weeks I've been away in Sardinia, Italy on an intensive programme with ERASMUS. For the two and half weeks we had to create a piece of animation which also gave off information about the company and (if required) what they wanted us to promote them.

My brief was finalised on the Cancer research group, IntOGen, who take cancerous genes and put them into a huge database, accessible to anyone who comes across their site. The course had 5 memebers from 4 universities around Europe, Glamorgan, Madrid, Athens and Sardinia. Also there were 3 journalists all from Madrid as well.

It was an awesome experience, even though we didn't get to see much of the lovely weather, it was still worth the go.

Here's the final video we presented for the last day:

This was made by 4 students, including myself - one from Spain, Greece and Sardinia.

They were a pleasure to work with and I got a long with them all very well. As I was more CG based I had the opportunity to learn a new program, Illustrator, which was pretty simple to use but now I can add it to my list of known software.

Also, on other news, I graduated today, having received a 2:1 for my BA Computer Animation degree. The graduation was an experience, quite stressful but eventually got there in the end to completing it.

So goodbye education! And hello reality. :)

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