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14 May 2013 - 02:12 PMSo yeah.... this is happening.
07 April 2013 - 12:53 PMthe thing is, the only reason SCAD made a bigger deal about it and have it it's own on-campus screening is only because t
1)the dude who made it was technically a junior (other students refer to him as Really Creepy Okder Student for a reason) who pursued a project like this on top of other coursework
2) this is the first time any student at SCAD presented something as long as this in the animation department. previous student work would be between 3-15 minutes. in fact, the only reason he was able to pull this off is because practically every terrible brony on campus was signed on to help on this project
3) he's the first student to do a "fan work" as part of an independent study who actually got permission from all companies involved in the creation of the source material.
otherwise, they wouldn't give a shit and it would've been put in a pile with all the other "senior work" for the animation staff to vote on for when it came around for SCAD's annual student animation show. the work that is shown there is usually shorter and a much longer time is poured into concepts before being taken into production as opposed to this dude's whim (he literally thought one day "I'LL DO PONIES" and then spent the next year making... this). other student work that i've seen is much more ambitious and well-made. even the short that won last year's showcase, East and West, (which I personally hated the concept) was much smoother and well-edited.
the most publicity SCAD gave Double Rainboom was nothing more than a single tweet and then a last-minute change to their "events" calendar.
I don't think anyone really cares anymore, not here anyway.
26 March 2013 - 09:20 AMadblock
12 March 2013 - 03:39 AMI like this one
10 March 2013 - 01:45 AM