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Run Cycle Animation Project

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Here is the photo you will need for the run cycle project, as well as a basic assignment sheet:

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4 Basic Tweens Project

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Here is the handout form the 4 Basic Tweens project:

Sketchbook #1 – Design a Character for an Animation

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For this sketchbook assignment, you will be designing a character for your flash animation. You will be using this character in your animation that you will be building in class! So don’t go too crazy – make the character moderately simple, but also adds little details that tell us what kind of a person or character they are. Things like clothing, boots, watches, hair styles, that sort of thing.

Here are a few examples for you to look at that have been done in the past:

Quarter 3 Sketchbook Assignments

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Here is the handout that I gave you today that has ALL the sketchbook assignments for Quarter 3…

Sketchbook Assignment: Foreshortening

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This week you are supposed to be completing a sketchbook where you draw a person with foreshortening. This is basically drawing a person with perspective, kinda like this line drawing:

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Now that’s just a rough line drawing, but it shows how the person’s body fits inside a box that is drawn in perspective. However, you need to add more detail, so here are a few examples of what your sketch should look like:

Sketchbook Assignment – 2 Point Perspective House

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Tomorrow you have a sketchbook assignment due – a shaded drawing of a house in 2-point perspective. Remember, the main difference between a 1-point perspective and a 2-point perspective drawing is that the house is facing you in 1 point, whereas in 2-point, you are viewing the house from a corner, so that there are two sides of the house going away frmo you.

If you need a little more help, this video goes over how to draw 2-point perspective, but the examples in it are made up from scratch, whereas I want you drawing from real life.

I found the following examples online, except that most of them have little or no shading.

Sketchbook – Hand Holding Object

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Here are some examples of the next sketchbook assignment:

Logo and Website Evaluation

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Hey there everyone – here is a digital version of the evaluation for your logo/website design:

How to Start Your Composite Project

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Here’s a video of the demonstration I did yesterday on how to copy and paste new images into your composite, and then the correct way to use Layer Masks to eliminate the backgrounds. Remember, while I normally don’t grade you absed on whether or not you do things my way, in this case I will be: You will be graded on whether or not you use Layer Masks!

Composite Project

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Here are a couple of things for the Composite Project:

Also, here are the settings for your NEW FILE in Photoshop that you will copy and paste all of your images into:

Composite Settings - Photoshop
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