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The Art of Creative Coding


Taken from the PBSoffbook channel on YouTube: “Programming plays a huge role in the world that surrounds us, and though its uses are often purely functional, there is a growing community of artists who use the language of code as their medium. Their work includes everything from

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The Art of Motion Capture


Revision 3 have released their second episode of Good Job which looks at different opportunities in the gaming industry. This episode looks at the art of motion capture where they talk to Nateon Ajello, from Mixamo, who is a student at a martial arts studio run by

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The Evolution of 8-Bit Art


Following on from our story on Glitch Art, 8 bit art also has a good following. It doesn’t just end with graphics either, 8 bit music also popular and even has live gigs! Could be a good opportunity for cross curricular work with art or music and

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The Art of Glitch


Glitches – normally a headache for most IT users. Whether it be a corrupt upload or a scratched game disc. However, there are a group of people who are embracing these glitches and instead are turning them into pieces of art. Glitch artists enjoy the aesthetics of

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Animation 12 Winners Announced


The winners of this year’s Animation 12 competition was announced this week and now the videos showcasing their efforts have been put online. This years overall winner winning the EA Hollywood Beckons Award were Harvey Rothman and Stephen Leadbetter from Llandrindod High School.   You can watch

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Adobe Generation Course

Adobe have started a free online course for young, creative students. Aimed at students between the ages of 14-19 who would like to be games designers, animators, video artists, or photographers. The course is 2.5 hours a week for 10 weeks and students receive Adobe certification at

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