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ANIMATION II

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Course Code:

AGDS 415

Course Hours:

45

Contact Hours / Week:

Prerequisite:

AGDS410 ANIMATION I

Co-requisite:

AIM OF THE COURSE

 

This is an advanced animation course designed for experienced animation students who are well versed in concepts and technical basics. The course challenges students to embark on animation projects that allow them more discretion regarding theme, topic, tools, and techniques employed. Class discussions focus more on trouble-shooting - while applying advanced techniques - than on lecturing about traditional animation methods. The course studies culminate in a short animated piece that embodies advanced animation designs and techniques. Students should enter the class with a solid understanding of animation concepts and a good grasp of basic skills for creative animation design. To accommodate the students' desire to further their skills, the course introduces more sophisticated techniques at every stage of animation development and guides students to incorporate them into their course projects. Included in these advanced techniques are hierarchical animation, time curves and motion paths, color and light animation, advanced rendering techniques, audio/visual synchronization, and procedural descriptions of natural phenomena, etc. Students are required to complete a full-blown animated piece employing one or more such advanced techniques.

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES

 

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:

  • Come up with different concepts for various topics
  • Able to illustrate his\her concept in storyboard form
  • Apply all the basic animation techniques to translate certain concepts
  • Be able to understand how to mix between different programs to come out with a unique

attractive result

  • Being capable to animate and edit on both adobe aftereffects

Integration between flash and those two programs

 

 

LEARNING EXPERIENCE:

  • Class demonstration and advanced exploration into a wide variety of graphic art techniques and digital animation on the Macintosh using, Adobe Animate and Adobe After Effects.
  • Lab projects and exercises exemplifying the type of graphics work being discussed
  • Reviewing and discussing professional examples of various animation types
  • Complete tutorials in class with outside repetition

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