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Sunday, February 4, 2007

AAU - Upcoming Class on Monday

Hey guys!

Here's a rundown of what's going to happen tomorrow in class and what you are going to do.

Bring the latest version of whatever you are working on, which can be:
- bouncing balls (light, medium, heavy)
- bouncing ball with character (with or without tail)
- walk cycle
- acting piece

If you haven't started on any of these and were figuring out your individual syllabus, bring your detailed outline (see student example on our class site for help) and we'll talk about it. Be prepared to start working on your assignment(s) in class.

Students who are following the AAU syllabus should bring the bouncing balls assignments. The next step for you is to add a tail to the ball.
REMINDER: even if you follow the AAU syllabus doesn't mean that you can't hand in assignments early. You can stick to the outlined time schedule of course, but if you are done early, I encourage you to email me your work for critique.

- for those of you who are starting with the flower sack, start thinking about what kind of emotion you want to show. Since the flower sack has no eyes and no mouth, every emotion has to be shown through body language. Some emotions could be: happy, sad, angry, tired, shy, nervous, etc.

I will critique each student's work at my desk displaying the animation via the projector for those of you who want to follow the critique. If you prefer to work on your assignments instead that's okay too.

Either way EVERYBODY SHOULD BE ABLE TO WORK ON THEIR ASSIGNMENT IN CLASS.


REMINDER:
- set your animation scene to 24fps
- the scene must include a frame counter
- movies should be in quicktime format 640 x 480

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Alright! See you tomorrow!

Cheers
Jean-Denis

1 comment:

Joey(DH) said...

See U tomorrow!

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