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"John Whitney, Sr. known for his innovations in the special effects fiel...

"John Whitney, Sr. known for his innovations in the special effects field holds court at the Designer and Computer Graphics Showcase." [Description from an Annual Fund brochure, 1983].

(L-R): Charles Potts, Donald Kubly, and four unidentified people seated at a ...

(L-R): Charles Potts, Donald Kubly, and four unidentified people seated at a table in front of a group of students.

(L-R): Charles Potts, Donald Kubly, and four unidentified people seated at a ...

(L-R): Charles Potts, Donald Kubly, and four unidentified people seated at a table in front of a group of students.
(L-R): Gary Carbonell (PROD 1996), Todd Masilko (PROD 1996), and Joakim Ahlstrom (PROD 1996) holding what look to be trophy models labelled "Tread Lightly".
(L-R): Gary Carbonell (PROD 1996), Todd Masilko (PROD 1996), and Joakim Ahlstrom (PROD 1996) holding what look to be trophy models labelled "Tread Lightly".

(L-R): Kitty Imai, Governor Teiichi Aramaki, and David Brown at a dinner rece...

(L-R): Kitty Imai, Governor Teiichi Aramaki, and David Brown at a dinner reception in the board room.
(L-R): Phil Hays, artist Alan Cober, Ellen Cober, and Donald Kubly on the campus patio.
(L-R): Phil Hays, artist Alan Cober, Ellen Cober, and Donald Kubly on the campus patio.

(L-R): Phil Hays, artist Alan Cober, Ellen Cober, and Donald Kubly on the cam...

(L-R): Phil Hays, artist Alan Cober, Ellen Cober, and Donald Kubly on the campus patio.

(L-R): Phil Hays, artist Alan Cober, Ellen Cober, and Donald Kubly on the cam...

(L-R): Phil Hays, artist Alan Cober, Ellen Cober, and Donald Kubly on the campus patio.

(L-R): Raymond P. Stoy (PROD 1954), Richard Koshalek, C. Orval Selders (TRAN ...

(L-R): Raymond P. Stoy (PROD 1954), Richard Koshalek, C. Orval Selders (TRAN 1954).

(L-R): unidentified, Donald Kubly, Keith Teter and General Motors CEO Roger S...

(L-R): unidentified, Donald Kubly, Keith Teter and General Motors CEO Roger Smith visiting a Transportation classroom.

(L-R): unknown, Donald Kubly and Craig Ellwood standing on the front steps of...

(L-R): unknown, Donald Kubly and Craig Ellwood standing on the front steps of the newly completed building. Craig Ellwood was the graduation speaker.
(L-R): unknown, Donald Kubly and Craig Ellwood standing on the front steps of the newly completed building. Craig Ellwood was the graduation speaker.
(L-R): unknown, Donald Kubly and Craig Ellwood standing on the front steps of the newly completed building. Craig Ellwood was the graduation speaker.

(L-R): unknown, Donald Kubly, unknown and Craig Ellwood standing on the front...

(L-R): unknown, Donald Kubly, unknown and Craig Ellwood standing on the front steps of the newly completed building. Craig Ellwood was the graduation speaker.

(L-R): unknown, Donald Kubly, unknown and Craig Ellwood standing on the front...

(L-R): unknown, Donald Kubly, unknown and Craig Ellwood standing on the front steps of the newly completed building. Craig Ellwood was the graduation speaker.

(L-R): unknown, Donald Kubly, unknown and Craig Ellwood standing on the front...

(L-R): unknown, Donald Kubly, unknown and Craig Ellwood standing on the front steps of the newly completed building. Craig Ellwood was the graduation speaker.
3-Dimensional Design. Andrew Ogden (TRAN 1983) and Brad Markin (TRAN 1983) (L-R) finish sanding foam core joints and clean up detail seams prior to skinning their model with a self adhesive skin.
3-Dimensional Design. Andrew Ogden (TRAN 1983) and Brad Markin (TRAN 1983) (L-R) finish sanding foam core joints and clean up detail seams prior to skinning their model with a self adhesive skin.

3-Dimensional Design. Craig Taylor (Group II) prepares a strip of foam core t...

3-Dimensional Design. Craig Taylor (Group II) prepares a strip of foam core to finish surface development of car. Wheel struts were vacuum formed. All struts are identical, making this an economical construction technique.

3-Dimensional Design. Daniel Darancou (PROD 1984) and Jean-Claude Bouvier (TR...

3-Dimensional Design. Daniel Darancou (PROD 1984) and Jean-Claude Bouvier (TRAN 1983) (L-R) (Group V) working on a nearly finished model. A real motorcycle tire was mounted to a simple tube fork permitting the car to roll and steer.
3-Dimensional Design. Daniel Darancou (PROD 1984), Rob McCann (TRAN 1983) and Jean-Claude Bouvier (TRAN 1983) (L-R) (Group V) use tape to add details prior to adding decal material to simulate window graphics.
3-Dimensional Design. Daniel Darancou (PROD 1984), Rob McCann (TRAN 1983) and Jean-Claude Bouvier (TRAN 1983) (L-R) (Group V) use tape to add details prior to adding decal material to simulate window graphics.

3-Dimensional Design. During the critique, the cars were positioned around th...

3-Dimensional Design. During the critique, the cars were positioned around the Art Center campus, again integrating them into a functioning environment to evaluate scale, compare them with existing vehicles and judge their worth or impact.
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