“I Am…” Poem

You can either do this project in Flash (12 fps, minimum of 300 frames) or in Photoshop (5 Photoshop JPGs 600px ht x 800px w). Complete this poem: I am (fill in blank) People think I am (fill in blank) When I was younger I was (fill in blank) Someday I will (fill in blank) I believe (fill in blank)

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Design Principles Animation

You will create a Adobe Animation at least 120 frames long (12FPS) that shows two opposing DESIGN PRINCIPLES, the first design principle transforming into the second one. You can choose: BALANCE/EMPHASIS — Mostly about positioning and layout of elements HARMONY/CONTRAST — Largely about colors: do they blend in harmony or are they contrasting? If you were in a painting class, the instructor

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Falling Leaves Animation

You now understand the basic steps in creating a Flash animation: Create a graphic image/shape. Group it and Save as Symbol in the Library Place Symbol on a Layer in the Timeline Place Keyframes on the Timeline as you want your symbol to move or to change. Insert a Motion Tween/Classic Tween so Animate will create an animation between Keyframes An Instance

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You: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow

COLLAGE: Is an artwork that combines different images. You will collect multiple images for each of the three collages you’ll make this week. (You must combine at least 5 images for each collage.) You can design a collage that looks formal and orderly — everything is lined up, consistent sizes in a grid pattern. Or you can make a collage that

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Movie About Your Artist

You are going to make 3 posters for a movie about your artist. Each poster will be 400pxW x 600px Ht @72ppi. Make them Different. Show Photoshop skills. Choose the name of the movie (same name on all 3 posters) Cast your movie (which movie stars will be in it) Use some pieces of your artist’s artwork in the poster

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Artist Retrospective

Hooray! The SF Museum of Modern Art has decided to have a Retrospective about YOUR ARTIST — the one you’re going to report on for class. Since you’re an expert on that artist, the museum has hired you to work on the marketing materials for the show. A RETROSPECTIVE: an art exhibit showing an entire phase or representative examples of an artist’s

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Van Gogh Bullet Points

These are the bullet points the class came up with on Monday. How can we cut this list down to only the 5 MOST IMPORTANT BULLET POINTS? VAN GOGH’S EARLY LIFE Born 1853, Netherlands Taught at home  Mother encouraged drawing, painting Left school at 15, family finances Drew & Painted as a teenager 5 siblings Religious family, father a pastor

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Van Gogh’s Early Life

When you work on a PowerPoint for a presentation, you should use Bullet Points instead of full sentences. You need to select only the most important pieces of information for your bullet points. In your oral presentation, you should give more details and explanations. The PowerPoint Bullet Points are just points of reference for your audience to be able to follow what

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Redesign Movie Posters

On the last assignment you had to create your own movie starring two performers who hadn’t worked together before, and set either in the past or future. This time you’re going to create 3 different posters for a movie (or movies) that already exist(s). Hand in 3 JPGs at the end of block day: 400px W x 600px Ht, 72

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Movie Posters

3 Movie Posters, each 400px wide by 600px ht, saved as JPGs Hand in Folder Friday: 3lastnameMovie You will design a set of three movie posters for one movie (of your own creation). Create a name for a movie and combine two performers (who have never appeared together). The movie must take place in A DIFFERENT TIME & PLACE. (It can

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