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Chaz Laughlin approached the stand and my first impression of him was of a small Italian business man with his gray suit and black shoes A company known as Fearless Eye employs Chaz Laughlin He has been working there for five years now Its no surprise that the company has kept him for he is very talented with what he does His job title is Director of Illustration and with this title comes a lot of responsibility He edits produces and designs computer animated advertisements for companies around the KC area He also meets and talks with the clients personally Before Chaz ended up where he is today it took him a while in a few schools to get him ready He studied for a while in Wichita then came here to Kansas State and majored in graphic design After K-state Chaz went to work for a company that dealt with computer games He enjoyed working with the graphics and software on computers so he decided to go for some more schooling He went to UMKC were he learned more about computers and computer animation And now he is a successful computer graphic animator for Fearless Eye The first video that he showed during his lecture lasted a good five minutes It showed most of his work that dealt with logos for companies and sport teams in the KC area Included in this tape were animated ads for the Kansas City Chiefs Kansas Royals the Wizards Fox News Fearless Eye and a few others which I cant remember off the top of my head right now The second tape that was to be shown had problems with it For some reason in would not play so Chaz decided to show his resume tape This tape included ads that were done by him a hundred percent meaning he did the editing lighting textures the whole thing It was basically a review of the first
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