Week 8: Guide Path

Learning Intention To create an animation using Tweens Success Criteria Modify a worked Flash program to create a bouncing ball animation Use squash and stretch techniques [Advanced] Rotate ball – Independent research Assessment tasks YR9 MM Assessment Term 1 2016 Bouncing Ball Animation Teacher Demo: workedExample.fla Student file: Student.fla Download and unzip student fla Tutorials […]

Week 6 and 7: Animated Character moving through obstacles.

Lesson Intention: I will learn how to animate a character and move it through a world. I will learn how to animate backgrounds. Success Criteria To create an animated background. To move a character as in a game. Warm Up Pacman gameplay. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_OjztdQ8iw Early preview of flappy bird https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQoJZuBwrkU In what game does the character/s […]

Week 05: Audio and “Movies”

Lesson Intention: I will learn how to embed audio into a flash application. I will learn how to create a self contained ‘movie’ inside flash. Success Criteria Create a key-frame and add audio. Create a self contained animation in flash. Warm Up Why Do we add sound to films and animations? https://youtu.be/_Jznye0iqYE?t=3m51s Glossary  Embed  movie […]

Week 04: Tweens

Lesson Intention: I will learn about tweening in animaiton I will learn how to create motion tweens, shape tweens and motion path tweens. Success Criteria I will create at least one tween. I will understand how using tweens save time in animation Warm Up What is Tweening: Short for in-betweening, the process of generating intermediate […]

Week 03: Step-Frame Animation

Learning Intention To develop an understanding of Step Frame Animation To develop techniques to produce a Step Frame Animation  Success Criteria To produce a simple Step-Frame Animation in Adobe Flash To identify and understand key terms and concepts Warm Up Up  to 1990’s most animation and cartoons that you enjoy use Step-Frame Animation. The animation takes […]

Week 02: What is Animation?

Learning Intention To understand what is animation and the most common ways it can be created. Success Criteria I  will create a basic flip animation. I can discuss common methods of creating animation and know that animation is not limited to cartoons. Warm Up What is animation? http://www.abc.net.au/rollercoaster/rollermache/create.htm Animation is the illusion of movement created […]

Week 2: Using PIVOT

Learning intention To understand simple animation like a flipbook can be created with the use of technology. Success criteria I can form a link between a flipbook animation and the frames per second required to create a basic online animation. Warm up Recap on previous lesson – how can we define animation? What is the […]

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