Ashley Wielgos

About Me

I’m a sophomore Game Design and Animation BFA major with a French minor. I am working on my first two FUSE projects this year that I’m very excited about: the Last Charade and the Dome Animations.

This year, I’ve been learning more about 3D animation, especially 3D modeling, as well as further honing my coding abilities using C# in Unity. I’ve also continued learning more about 2D animation, from hand-drawn to digital.

Throughout my time at Bradley, I’ve been learning many different programs, including Photoshop, After Effects, Maya, and Unity. I’ve also learned to code in C#, Python, and Javascript. I’d love to keep exploring these programs to create more games and animations.

Featured Projects


Deep Sea Surprise

Deep Sea Surprise

Deep Sea Surprise is a hand-drawn animation that was edited within Adobe After Effects. The animation was originally drawn in black on white paper, but it was inverted in post. This project was created for my 2D Animation 1 class and was meant to display the animation principles of timing and anticipation.

Letter A

Letter A

Letter A is a digital animation created for 2D Animation 2 using Adobe Photoshop. This project was meant to incorporate the first letter of your name into your animation. I enjoy drawing birds and decided to animate a toucan flying in and out of my letter.

Grapes with Vase

Grapes with Vase

Grapes with Vase is a still life drawn in Adobe Photoshop. I was in the process of learning how to paint in Photoshop and decided to attempt realism. It was quite difficult to figure out blending, but I’m very pleased with the end result.

The Last Charade is an Alternate Reality Game that combines real-world puzzle solving with technology to create a unique experience that encourages exploration and critical thinking. The game has players exploring the venue, searching for “crime scenes” that gives them a clue towards solving the grand mystery-- a murder! Each crime scene has an incriminating piece of evidence to discover, hidden behind a tricky puzzle. Can you solve each puzzle and determine who committed the foul deed?