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Tiny Vikings

Seattle Campus - Friday, August 08, 2014
Tiny Vikings is a short film created by our first cohort of VFX and Compositing artists from AIE Seattle. Tina Tsou and Brittany Niemi collaborated with Gabriel Taylor from the Seattle Film Institute to create this short, yet hilarious film. Enjoy!



Under the Helmet

Seattle Campus - Thursday, July 31, 2014
Here is a "making of" video from the soon to be released short film, Tiny Vikings.


Under the Helmet from AIE on Vimeo.


Our 2014 Screen and Media artists Tina Tsou, and Brittany Niemi put a lot of effort into Tiny Vikings. We would like to give special thanks to the Director of Photography, Gabriel Taylor from the Seattle Film Institute for his work on Tiny Vikings, and our very talented faculty member Vic Bonilla, who produced and directed "Under the Helmet" and the film.

Lafayette 2014 Showreel

Seattle Campus - Monday, June 30, 2014

Here is a great showreel from AIE Lafayette's first graduating class!

Lafayette Graduation Reel - 2014 from AIE on Vimeo.

The showreel contains work from the following graduates:

Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development, Game Art & Animation
Aaron Comeaux
Randy Duncan
Christina Entwisle
Connor Guiberteau
Megan Hourcade

Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development, Game Programming
Justin Custer
Charles Kennedy
Connor Roussel

Advanced Diploma of Screen & Media, 3D Animation/VFX for Film
Jake Barousse
Anthony Sterling


Tiny Vikings Teaser from AIE Seattle

Seattle Campus - Friday, June 27, 2014
Here is the teaser to Tiny Vikings, created by our 2014 Screen and Media graduates Tina Tsou and Brittany Niemi. Special thanks to the Director of Photography, Gabriel Taylor from the Seattle Film Institute for his work on the film, and our faculty member Vic Bonilla, who produced and directed the teaser.


Tiny Vikings Teaser from AIE Seattle from AIE on Vimeo.



Tricky Ninja Gameplay footage from AIE Seattle

Seattle Campus - Friday, June 27, 2014

Check out this gameplay footage of Tricky Ninja.

Tricky Ninja Gameplay from AIE on Vimeo.

Tricky Ninja was developed by the following graduates:

Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development, Game Art & Animation
Vinessa Mayer
Tyler Niemi
Patrick Ryan
Shaquille Turner

Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development, Game Programming
Jason Ege
Steven Hoover
Deven Smith


Rookery Gameplay Trailer

Neil Boyd - Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Rookery Gameplay Trailer from AIE on Vimeo.

Rookery is a game created by Year 2 students in the Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development at AIE Seattle in 2013.
GAME PROGRAMMING: Talon Coleman, Nathaniel Damschen, Colin Ferguson, Harrison McCauley-Hill, John Swinkels, Jeffrey Wade
GAME ART: Melanie Godfrey, Eric Imhoff, Sean Kale, Katherine Walker, Steve Worden

Cut Tank Force Gameplay Trailer

Neil Boyd - Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Cute Tank Force Gameplay Trailer from AIE on Vimeo.

Cute Tank Force is a game created by Year 2 Game Art students in the Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development at AIE Seattle in 2013. Lead by Mike Ton, these students include Melanie Godfrey, Eric Imhoff, Sean Kale, Katherine Walker and Steve Worden.

Holographic Fashion

Neil Boyd - Thursday, June 06, 2013

Created by students in year two of the Advanced Diploma of Screen & Media specializing in 3D Animation and VFX for Film.

duchess

Neil Boyd - Thursday, June 06, 2013

A VFX assignment by six 2nd year screen students  over a 5 week period. The protagonist runs for his life in a futuristic landscape. Although, everything is not as it seems!

AIE Lafayette featured on KLFY TV-10 News

Seattle Campus - Thursday, October 25, 2012
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