Project Planning Post: Animation Storyboard or Senior Opt Out

Today we will plan our projects. You will receive a 10-point grade for this blog post.

Animation planning post requirements:

  • Photo of the storyboard sketches.
    Each of the main frames sketched out.
    Jenna has done a great job sketching the overall animation:
  • Broad Paragraph describing your animation.
    Example: “My animation will show a vine growing to reveal the word, “grow.” I will use mask effects to reveal more and more of the word. Once the entire word is visible on the screen, I will use the transform tool to have flowers and leaves start small and literally grow from the word/vines. I will use tweens and easing to make my animation look realistic. My vines will be green. I am still deciding on a background color.”
  • Specific description of action/tweens.
    Each main frame/transition should be labeled with the tutorial that will show you how to create that effect
    Example: “I will use masks to reveal the words in grow. I will consult the flower mask tutorial if I forget how to do this over break. The leaves will grow in from a point on one side. I will also consult the flower mask tutorial, as it shows how to change a registration point and scale from one side.”

Senior Op Out Proposal Requirements:

  • Answer all questions in the senior opt out form
  • Include images
  • Proposal must reflect several weeks of 12th grade level work. Projects that are too basic for 12th grade students or look like they have been thrown together will receive an F.
  • Bayleigh has created an excellent opt out example

Today we will:

  • Plan our animation projects or senior opt out
  • Create a new blog post that meets all of the requirements listed above

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