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How to Make Your Cartoon

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John Kain

on 17 January 2013

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Transcript of How to Make Your Cartoon

How to Make Your Cartoon Your cartoon will be about a
problem at Lowell or in your neighborhood. Your cartoon will describe the problem and a way to solve it. Your cartoon will
describe the problem and
a way to solve it. Your cartoon will tell a story
with dialogue, action, music,
titles, transitions, & FX. "Dialogue" is characters talking
to each other. When you write dialogue,
your characters will say
EXACTLY what you write. You will record a short
video of you talking. You will
insert this video into your cartoon. Your cartoon will have continuity.
Learn more about continuity here:
http://bit.ly/whatscontinuity You will make your cartoon in 3 steps:
1. Come up with an idea.
2. Write a storyboard.
3. Create your cartoon. 1. Use Wallwisher to brainstorm ideas:
http://wallwisher.com/wall/cartoonideas 2. Use bubbl.us
to write your
storyboard:
http://bit.ly/cartoonstoryboard 3. After Mr. Kain approves
your idea & your storyboard, you
may start working on your cartoon. If you need to review how to do something
in GoAnimate, you can go to this page:
http://bit.ly/cartoonlessons You have the rest of the trimester --
about 17 classes -- to make your cartoon, so I expect it to be EXCELLENT! You will spend the rest of the trimester --
about 17 classes -- on your cartoon, so Mr. Kain
expects it to be GREAT!
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