Fine and Performing Arts Honors
Date of Award
Thesis Professor Department
Engineering Technology, Surveying, and Digital Media
Martin Fitzgerald, Scott Contreras-Koterbay
This thesis was made with the goal of creating a 2D short film in the end, with mainly using a program that is not normally used for character animation: Adobe After Effects. With the usage of an originally French plugin called DuIK Bassel (v16.0.9), I was able to create a model in Adobe Photoshop and then put it into After Effects. When the files were imported, the plugin would then assist in the rigging process, wherein I would be able to create the character’s rig and make the 2D model within the program. This document discusses the entire creation of the short film that I progressed through, from the storyboarding, character creation, rigging process, and putting the elements together.
East Tennessee State University
Honors Thesis - Open Access
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Galpin, Kennedy L., "DuIK Bassel in Usage in After Effects and an Animated Short Film" (2019). Undergraduate Honors Theses. Paper 480. https://dc.etsu.edu/honors/480
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