Course : Art Graphic Design IV - Animation
- Course Number
- Section Number
- Spring 2022
- Fain Fine Arts Center, C115F
- Deanna Gibson
- Days & Times
- Final Exam Day/Time
- Monday, May 02, 2022 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Course Description: 3 Credit hours, Animation
Prerequisite(s): ART 3713, Graphic Design III
Animation design through Photoshop and Adobe Animate. Use of storyboards and skills involving interface design. Special attention to concept design, creative problem solving, and pacing for time-based media.
In this course students will:
Â» Demonstrate an intermediate knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite.
Â» Organize research procedures to solve time-based media problems.
Â» Gain an understanding of animation principles and design in moving images. Â» Critically analyze your creative work and the work of others in critique.
Â» Explore formal design principles in the approach to solutions.
Â» Create accurate and aesthetically appealing basic animation.
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Students enrolled in the Juanita and Ralph Harvey School of Visual Arts must comply with the following department-wide
- â Students arriving ten minutes after class begins will be considered late, and will be counted absent.
- â THREE late arrivals count as a single absence.
- â Students may be absent from class THREE times without penalty and without providing any documentation
- regarding the absence.
- â If students incur a FOURTH absence, their final course evaluation will be reduced by a full letter grade.
- â If students are absent or late FIVE times, whatever the reason, they will receive a FAILING GRADE, be dropped
- from the class roll, and be asked to stop attending class.
- â Students are required to remain in class for the entire class session. Students will earn an absence if they leave
- BEFORE the professor has dismissed class.
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