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Published on Apr 5, 2012
This is "8-Bit Sketchy"'s take on a visual-haiku. This visual haiku was developed as part of the UWE's Game Technology (BSc Hons) final year Post-Production and Soundtrack Development module.
8-Bit Sketchy are an (Indie) Video Game Development Team consisting of six students studying Games Technology and the University of the West of England (UWE): Michael Osborne (me), Valentin Kalchev, Joseph Jones, Charlie Grimes, Max Shaw and Brad Watson.
This video was created using the following software: Sony Vegas, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Fireworks, Autodesk Maya and Adobe Flash.
The book used in the backdrop of the scene was created in Autodesk Maya, by Valentin Kalchev. The stick-men in the game were created by me. Many of the aliens were created by Joe, Charlie, Max and Brad. The narration was recorded my Max. The sound effects were created by myself, Max, Brad and Joe. In After Effects, Charlie Grimes is responsible for the writing in the opening sequence (credits), editing of assets and animation of a scene. Myself, Max, Brad and Joe are creditable for animating the remaining sequences. Joseph and I are primarily responsible for scenes which include particle effects. Valentin can be credited for putting the final video together, with Max adding in the finalised sound.
This part of the module requirement was much more an overall group effort compared to the UWE Games Ident and it is fair to say the work load for this section was split relatively evenly, each of us with our own retrospective roles.