Digital Animation – Nguyen Thi Kim Cuong
ManMade follows the journey of a young boy into the deep as he finds out about the adaptation of sea creatures in response to pollution and environmental changes. Comprising of a team of two, the work combines live action with 3D-generated characters, and is the first underwater VFX short film done by ADM’s Animation students. Inspired by the short film “Factory Fifteen”, the entire film primarily consists of underwater scenes, which visualizes the impact of the environmental change, and is hoped to be equal parts informative as it is entertaining.
Nguyen Thi Kim Cuong, Shannen Madeline Chen
Diamond was born and raised in Vietnam but received her Animation education in ADM, Singapore. Her work focuses on the relationships we as humans have with nature. Her primary mediums to explore these relationships are through animations and illustrations. She is also interested in all forms of art, regardless tools and methods used, to explore the world of storytelling. Her training at ADM has allowed her to develop the skills of 2D, 3D and stop motion animation, concept development, storytelling, illustration, character design, modeling, lighting and texturing. She possesses an intricate understanding of the entire animation pipeline and has learned to excel as a 3D generalist.
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