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Living Arts student shines in classes

posted May 22, 2013, 9:32 AM by lclayborn@living-arts-college.edu
Instructor Kwame Hawkins reports that, in his GM404 class, student Hunter Williams' submission for the Level Hardening phase of his level design project was one of the best ones Mr. Hawkins had received for that class.  Hunter still has to work his textures and refine the game play; but, his project has a lot of potential, per Mr. Hawkins.  Instructor Ben Forman also reports that, in his BU415 class, Hunter has demonstrated major improvement on his last two character animations.  Per Mr. Forman, Hunter has grown quite a bit as a potential future animator by listening to the advice of his professors and continually refining his execution of industry tried-and-true techniques of character animation.  Three cheers for Living Arts student Hunter Williams!
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