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I'm Amy
Graphic and Multimedia
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Amy Liss

Amy studied Graphic Design and Multimedia for nearly 6 years at different colleges. She is a recent grad in Multimedia from Cal State East Bay. Amy grew up in Southern California and spent a lot of her time in Oceanside by the beach. She then moved to the Bay area to pursue her career as a designer. After graduation, she will begin her next adventure in Portland, Oregon. She really enjoys camping, craft beers, and cartoons which is where a lot of her designs find their influence. She never leaves the house without a drawing pad. Her major influences are Larry David, Walt Disney, and a lot of local Bay Area Illustrators.

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Graphic Design

Comedian Series

Animal Adventures

Typography Series

Multimedia

My Life is Hard

This was one of my favorite projects to work on. It is called "My Life is Hard." It is an interactive animated I illustrated using Illustrator and Animated using After Effects. I loved drawing these characters, and making the story. It was a lot of fun. The challenge was the interactive part. There are so many ways a story can go, and it was hard to decide what I wanted people to see. I wanted the audience to have a fun time, and want to go back and try the other options. I used a website called Treehouse Interlude for the interactivity of the videos. My inspiration was old Goosebumps books where you decide the ending.

Jealousy of a Child

This was a short film I wrote and directed for my video editing class. I had a lot of fun coming up with this story, and having the opportunity to showcase my own ideas was really great. I shot this on my iphone, and I used Premiere for video editing. This project made me realize I really enjoy video editing, and I want to do more short films and animations.

How to be a cat owner. . .

I call this animation "How to be a cat owner when you're a dog lover". I got my inspiration from watching ridiculous how to videos, and I wanted it to be just as fun. I really enjoyed making this project, and it helped me find my niche as far as illustrating goes. I used Illustrator for all of the type and characters, and I used After Effects for the animations. I plan to add some more steps, so stay stuned!