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Unit 62 - Animation production

Animation using Adobe Flash/Animate CC or Stop Motion.
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Vibeke Fussing

on 14 April 2016

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Ideas
Production
P2
You will produce pre-production
material for your original short
1 to 2 minute animation, or section of an animated
production including:
a) proposal
b) storyboard
c) backdrop or set design.

Unit 62
Animation production

Reflective Journal
Post
production
Stimulus:
There are lots of ways of stimulating and recording your ideas:
brainstorming;
mood boards;
visualisation, eg sketches, storyboards; visual style;
colour palettes;
typography;
sounds;
animations;
interactivity
ACTIVITY:
Discuss in pairs then draw a mind-map or list of your initial ideas for animation.
Pre-production
2b). Storyboard
2a) A proposal
2c). A backdrop or set design
Using your pre-production planning;
ACTIVITY:
Write a 500 word reflection on your work today.
Identify the following in your reflection;
What has gone well today and why,
What has been challenging and why,
Anything new you have discovered,
What you will be doing next.
Reflective Journal
Workshop
Flash animation
What is animation?
Planning and developing your animation
You will compile a research and planning portfolio, which thoroughly records your creative process in preparation for and creation of your animation.
You must include storyboards and sketches and the whole planning process, including all your ideas even if you don't use them, production schedules and minutes of meetings.
You must keep and write regular entries in a reflective journal or blog throughout this assignment.


[Grading Criteria Unit 62 – P1.]
P1:
You will plan for an original short 1 to 2 minute animation, or section of an animated production, including:

1a) selection of form
e.g. TV programme, children’s animations, film, advert

1b) selection of animation type
e.g. line drawing, cell animation, hand drawn animation, rotoscoping, live action animation, stop motion (e.g. claymation), 2D/3D animation (e.g. computer generated images), character animation

1c) selection of genre/style
e.g. comedy, horror, super hero, anime, manga, fantasy, adventure

1d) narrative and/or character development
e.g. storyline based on a situation or series of events, or storyline based on a character

1e) risk assessment
e.g. identify potential hazards/risks and find resolutions to any problems
what have you been asked to do and why?
ACTIVITY;
Start your reflective journal by writing a short summary of what you will be doing for this unit.
[200 words]
ACTIVITY:
Choose three of your ideas;
and draw an outline storyboard for each
or
describe in a short synopsis for each idea.
LO1: Be able to plan for a short 1 to 2 minute animation, or section of an animated production.
LO2: Be able to produce footage for use in the creation of a short 1 to 2 minute animation, or section of an animated production.
LO3: Be able to produce a final short 1 to 2 minute animation, or section of an animated production
ACTIVITY:
Write or video/audio record a proposal for your animation in which you include;
a title,
medium,
running time,
synopsis,
target audience etc.
ACTIVITY:
Create a storyboard for your animation which outlines the sequence of the scenes, action and the plot of your animation.

It can be a written interpretation, or a series of panels or rough sketches and could include character development - drawings based on animated movement, including sound (effects, music, dialogue etc.)
ACTIVITY:
Plan your 2D/3D set, backplates, etc.
Write and/or draw this plan.
What materials and techniques will you need to create this?
You will now need to build your animation characters and sets/backgrounds.

Your methods, materials and techniques will depend on which style of animation you have decided to produce.
everything is important - keep a record of it ALL!
Animation workshops;
FLASH ANIMATION



STOP MOTION ANIMATION
You must include;
1a) selection of form
e.g. TV programme, children’s animations, film, advert
1b) selection of animation type
e.g. line drawing, cell animation, hand drawn animation, rotoscoping, live action animation, stop motion (e.g. claymation), 2D/3D animation (e.g. computer generated images), character animation
1c) selection of genre/style
e.g. comedy, horror, super hero, anime, manga, fantasy, adventure
1d) narrative and/or character development
e.g. storyline based on a situation or series of events, or storyline based on a character
1e) risk assessment
e.g. identify potential hazards/risks and find resolutions to any problems
Stop Motion Animation
Workshop
Your editing techniques will depend on which style of animation you have decided to produce. Remember to add the sound to your animation.
Dot. The making of.
Dot. The world's smallest stop-motion animation character shot on a Nokia N8
Gulp. The making of.
Gulp. The world's largest stop-motion animation set, shot on a Nokia N8.
Welcome back!

I hope we've all had a good break and are refreshed and ready to create fabulous animations.

What have you already completed in preparation for your production?

Use the checklist handout to record your progress.
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