Recent Changes

Sunday, January 15

  1. page space.menu edited [[include component="navigation"]] Educational Blog Animation Curriculum Unit 1: Tra…
    [[include component="navigation"]]
    Educational Blog
    Animation Curriculum

    Unit 1: Traditional Animation
    Thaumatrope
    (view changes)
    3:36 pm
  2. page home edited Welcome to 2D Animation Gurus! Basic Design 1 Tristan JordanB Mike D Fernando Max Zach N…

    Welcome to 2D Animation Gurus!
    Basic Design 1
    Tristan
    JordanB
    Mike D
    Fernando
    Max
    Zach
    Nicole
    Aaron
    Brett K
    Nelson
    Alex
    Chase
    Joel
    Allison
    Mitchell
    Ashton
    Mara
    Brett S
    Tamairik
    Scott
    Cole
    Adam
    Kurtis

    (view changes)
    3:36 pm

Wednesday, June 13

  1. page Final Project Rich Unit Activity edited ... Focused on the task and what needed to be done some of the time. Needed many reminders o keep …
    ...
    Focused on the task and what needed to be done some of the time. Needed many reminders o keep on task and help.
    Rarely stayed focused on task. Reminders to refocus rarely worked for long.
    Examples:
    24 Animations in 24 Hours

    (view changes)
    9:47 am

Wednesday, May 23

  1. page Final Project Rich Unit Activity edited ... ONE ENDING SCENE Shots and Angles Exemplar Digital Media Set your frame rate to 24 fps! …
    ...
    ONE ENDING SCENE
    Shots and Angles
    Exemplar Digital Media
    Set your frame rate to 24 fps!
    {fps_24.png}
    (view changes)
    7:46 am

Tuesday, May 22

  1. page Final Project Rich Unit Activity edited ... FOUR BODY SCENES ONE ENDING SCENE Shots and Angles Set your frame rate to 24 fps! {fps_…
    ...
    FOUR BODY SCENES
    ONE ENDING SCENE
    Shots and Angles
    Set your frame rate to 24 fps!
    {fps_24.png}
    (view changes)
    10:32 am
  2. page Final Project Rich Unit Activity edited ... Intent: Students are supposed to demonstrate the animation skills developed in the previous u…
    ...
    Intent:
    Students are supposed to demonstrate the animation skills developed in the previous unit. All characters, images, media and audio must be original.
    ...
    a target audience oraudience, an animated series for television.television or a movie trailer for an upcoming movie.
    Students can choose from the topics given by the teacher or come up with an own topic (get the green light after consultation with me). Every student has to outline his/her idea in a storyboard and manage their given time effectively to accomplish this project.
    RICH UNIT PROJECT TOPICS:
    ...
    Creating scenes with background, midground and foreground (5 marks)
    At least three sound effects (3 marks)
    ...
    fps per scene
    (480)
    scene(480)
    5
    (20)
    ...
    Point value
    5 (outstanding)
    4
    (very
    4(very good)
    3
    (good/sufficient)
    2/1
    (Insufficient)

    3(good/sufficient)
    2/1(Insufficient)

    Storyboarding
    Complete s. depicting scenes and actions in a logical and interesting sequence. Project has gone above and beyond. All information are clear, correct and appropriate.
    (view changes)
    6:59 am

Monday, May 21

  1. page Final Project Rich Unit Activity edited ... 30 50 Exemplar ASSESSMENT RUBRIC Point value
    ...
    30
    50
    Exemplar
    ASSESSMENT RUBRIC
    Point value
    (view changes)
    6:00 pm
  2. page Final Project Rich Unit Activity edited ... Safety (e.g. The Safety Pig) School life Aliens Rapid Transit in Winnipeg Own topic (Con…
    ...
    Safety (e.g. The Safety Pig)
    School life
    Aliens
    Rapid Transit in Winnipeg
    Own topic (Consultation)...
    ...
    FOUR BODY SCENES
    ONE ENDING SCENE
    Set your frame rate to 24 fps!
    {fps_24.png}
    Task:
    Students are to independently create a 30 second animation which creatively demonstrates:
    Scene
    Content/Skill
    Frames per Second (fps)
    Time
    (Seconds)
    Marks
    (Total)
    1
    Opening scene
    Title (2 marks)
    Opening animation (e.g. Iris transition, door opening etc.)(5 marks)
    Entry music (3 marks)
    120
    5
    10
    2 to 5
    Body
    At least one talking character (lip syncing plus eye blink, head turn, moving body parts, walk) and or animal (Bone Tool, Free Transform tool, Swap method) (10 marks)
    Two flying objects (Classic/Motion Tween) (6 marks)
    Two rotating objects (3D-Rotation Tool) (6 marks)
    Creating scenes with background, midground and foreground (5 marks)
    At least three sound effects (3 marks)
    120 fps per scene
    (480)
    5
    (20)
    30
    6
    End
    Credits (Your name, Course name: Basic Design, Year: 2012; Teacher: Miss Schewczyk) (2 marks)
    Ending animation (e.g. Iris transition, door opening etc.) (5 marks)
    Music (3 marks)
    120
    5
    10
    Total
    720
    30
    50
    ASSESSMENT RUBRIC
    Point value
    5 (outstanding)
    4
    (very good)
    3
    (good/sufficient)
    2/1
    (Insufficient)
    Storyboarding
    Complete s. depicting scenes and actions in a logical and interesting sequence. Project has gone above and beyond. All information are clear, correct and appropriate.
    S. contains all scenes and actions in a logical sequence. Storyline is evident.
    An attempt in creating a storyline is evident. Some scenes, actions and logic are weak and confusing – audience cannot follow.
    Did not utilize the s. during the process. Incomplete or not submitted.
    Originality
    Project shows significant evidence of originality and inventiveness.
    Project shows some evidence of originality and invention.
    Little evidence of new thought or inventiveness.
    No evidence of new thought.
    Animation
    Excellent technical animation. All images/objects enhance the content
    Good technical animation. Most images/objects enhance content.
    Sufficient/little technical animation
    No real attempt to animate objects.
    Design/
    Drawing
    Exceptional design with excellent selection of font, color and character design.
    Very good design and character design.
    Good/sufficient design
    Poor design with limited selection of fonts and colors
    Sound
    Excellent use of sound; perfectly timed and aligned with animation.
    Very good use of sound.
    Sufficient, sometimes not very well timed.
    Poor or inappropriate use of sound.
    Text/Spelling and grammar
    Project honours all rules of spelling and/or grammar
    Project adequately honours most rules of spelling and/or grammar. One mistake.
    Minimally honours rules of spelling. Two to three mistakes.
    Multiple errors in spelling and/or grammar. Four and more mistakes.
    Effort
    Consistently stayed focused on the task and what needed to be done – very self-directed.
    Focused on the task and what needed to be done most of the time.
    Focused on the task and what needed to be done some of the time. Needed many reminders o keep on task and help.
    Rarely stayed focused on task. Reminders to refocus rarely worked for long.

    (view changes)
    2:13 pm
  3. file fps_24.png uploaded
    2:00 pm

More