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Old 04-22-2010, 07:41 PM   #1
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Atlas' Revenge


Created by undergraduate students of the University of Central Florida, Atlas' Revenge is an animated interpretation of an orchestral arrangement by Digital Media Professor Dr. Stella Sung. This piece, also called Atlas' Revenge, became the foundation of the story being produced by animation students of the Digital Media Department's Visual Language Track.

The Visual Language Track of the UCF's Dept. of Digital Media has established an intensive 2 year narrative animation concentration program over the past five years. The program gives students the opportunity to develop classic narrative animation techniques in a relatively short time through complete immersion in the production pipeline.

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Find out more about UCF's Visual Language Track or the team of students who produced this film at AtlasRevenge.com.

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Old 04-22-2010, 08:16 PM   #2
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Fantastic work guys!!! How long did it take from the concept to finish?
 
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Thanks for the comment. From the first idea to the first copy of the dvd, it was two years. We originally had a completely different story with different characters to go with the music, but most of us were not really getting into it. The development of the film as it is now took about a year and a half.

It was a great learning device as most of us had no experience with a lot of the software in the beginning.
 
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I'm surprised that there have not been more comments...
 
Old 04-27-2010, 05:29 AM   #5
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Yeah, we were hoping for a few more comments but at least people are checking out the film. Thanks for stopping by!
 
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