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Animation By Wiliam & Dhana

Monday, November 14, 2011


Investigation

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Project Brief

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The situation • The little ones are boooored! They’ve

watched all the new movies, seen all the cartoons, had their parents read all the books, but they still want something new. Do you think you can entertain a toddler with nothing but a camera and some play dough? Prove it!

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Introduction •

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Our client is lower school childrens. Their problems are, they’re very bored. They did all fun things they can do but still they want something new. The client wants a new animation that can entertain them. The animation must be very interesting to keep children from getting bored and asking for more. Throughout this unit we’re going to create an animation that will entertain them. We will go through a shorter version of the design cycle. We will interview the client and ask what they want. We will work efficiently and try my best to create a good animation.


AOI • The AOI for this project is community and

service because we will help little children have their fun. Community and Service is all about helping the community be a better place for the community. I will use the information I got to design and create an animation.

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Client Interview •

What sort of movie will you like to watch? I would like to watch the kind of movie that has some action to it.

What kind of story do you enjoy? I like the story that has knights and other fantasy stuff like that.

If an animation would be made, how do you want the animation to look like? I think the animation should look cartoon-like.

How long do you want the movie to be? Long, but not so long that it turns boring.

Do you want the characters of the animation to speak? Yeah, I think the characters should talk so I can understand the story.

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Design Specification Title

Specification & Why

Testing

Time

The whole project should be done in 5 weeks. I will need to do work at home as well to finish this in time.

We will check if I could finish it before 5 weeks are up. If I can finish it before the due date, it will be much better.

Cost

The whole project should not cost more than $10 since $10 is very big amount of money.

We will make sure that I did not spend anymore than $10 on the whole project.

Form

The animation must be an animation

We’ll make sure it’s an animation and nothing else.

Aesthetics

The animation should look good and attractive, so it attract children, and also make them not getting bored.

We will make Dhana’s cousin watch and see if they get bored or not.

Function

To entertain little children and stop making them bored.

We will see if Dhana’s cousin get bored or not.

Purpose

To entertain little children and stop making them bored.

We will see if Dhana’s cousin get bored or not.

Target Audience

Children

We will make sure the content of the animation is appropriate for children.

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Design Brief I will make an create an animation to educate and entertain childrens of the lower grade. This product is created using the design cycle, investigate, design, plan, create, and evaluation. I will research about how animations are made and what made it so good. We will create in IT class or our houses if we don’t have anymore time. In design, we are going to design the animation from the information that we get from the research. In the plan stage, we are going to plan on how much time we need to make the animation. In the create stage, we are going to create and make our animation with such limited amount of time and carry out the plan we made. In the evaluation stage, we’re going to evaluate our whole progress in creating the animation including the animation itself.

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Research

Animations are made by first creating a drawing. Then you draw another picture that has slightly moved the way you want. You need to do that over and over again to create a moving picture or animation. You can draw in a CAD (Computer Aided Design). CAD is a computerized storyboard. You need to draw the picture and copy it several times and slightly moving it to create the animation. Then you can export each copy to separated image files. Then you combine them to create an animated GIF image.

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Work Cited

"Animate!! - Brian Duffy." Mac OS X Server. Web. 14 Nov. 2011. <http://blogs.swa-jkt.com/swa/brianduffy/2011/11/07/ animate/>.

"Claymation at Its Best - Matrix Fight Scene - YouTube." YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. Web. 14 Nov. 2011. <http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dWU9jPCjkM>.

"Scacchi Clay Stop Motion - Chess Clay Stop Motion YouTube." YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. Web. 14 Nov. 2011. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXM3wrIhcwY>.

"Animated Engines, How To." Animated Engines. Web. 14 Nov. 2011. <http://www.animatedengines.com/howto.shtml>.

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