Name Animation

You will animate your first name (no last names). Change the size of the stage. If you have a short name make the stage 400 pixels by 400 pixels. If you have a longer name make the stage 600 pixels wide by 200 pixels height. The animation should be at least 90 frames long. Leave the bottom layer for the

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Neighborhood Websites, part 1

You will sit with your teammates in your team area. Get to know these people! You will be building a website together. Your team should fill these four jobs (more than one person can share a job): Lead Coder Lead Designer Editor Project Manager Each team member will write two 300-word articles about something in their neighborhood (article 1 due

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Galileo Banners

Working with Photoshop, you know how… to choose colors and paint a background to insert images and use filters to use layer styles You will make three Banners for Galileo. Each banner will be 400 pixels width by 300 pixels height, and include… a photograph of a lion — use filter on the photograph the word GALILEO (or you could

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Face Animation

THE FINISHED PRODUCT: When this animation is competed you should have the following layers (from bottom to top): background (not animated) face (not animated) lefteye (symbol “eye” motion tween) righteye (symbol “eye” motion tween) leftpupil (symbol “pupil” motion tween) rightpupil (symbol “pupil” motion tween) mouth (no symbol shape tween) leftbrow (no symbol shape tween) rightbrow (no symbol shape tween) Add

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SF Architecture

Greetings 5th period students. We will build a big class-wide website about San Francisco. In choosing this topic we will only use our own original photographs (and we won’t be using copyrighted photographs that belong to other photographers). But, what should this site be? NEIGHBORHOOD WEBSITES We could form into teams based on neighborhoods. Then each team member would write

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Banners in Photoshop, Part 1

Use Google Image Search to find a photograph of a lion Choose the large picture of the lion and not the thumbnail Drag two lion pictures to your desktop Make a new file in Photoshop that is 400 pixels width by 300 pixels height In Color Picker choose Galileo Purple #6600CC Paint the background layer Galileo Purple If your lion

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Explaining CSS-P

Using Cascading Stylesheets: In the head of the file you define formatting. You can also define a series of DIVs; DIVs are rectangles that hold content on your webpage. Between the close title tag </title> and close head tag </head> you place the open style tag <style, followed by the formatting and positioning definitions as below: div.topofpage {position:absolute; left:0px; top:0px;

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Poster of You

Use Photobooth to take a picture of yourself. Open the picture of yourself in Photoshop (right-click on the image and choose Open With > Photoshop) Make a new Photoshop file 400 pixels width by 600 pixels height Drag and Drop the picture of yourself into your new Photoshop file Use the Type Tool to write your name Use Layer Styles

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Falling Leaves in Flash

Here’s what your animation needs for you to get an “A.” 2 different leaves as library symbols Each of those leaves is used on three different layers On each layer the leaf starts small off-stage, moves to the right, then moves to the left and ends off-stage using Motion Tweens Each leaf animation uses scale, rotate and skew Each leaf

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1 Word + 1 Image (Part 2)

You will choose three words from the list Ms. Lau gave you: Friendship Dream Family Love Future Success Happiness Freedom Wealth Health For each word, make a new Photoshop file that is 400 pixels wide by 600 pixels high. Find one image online that you feel represents the word. Choose a color for the background. Use the Type Tool to

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