high school

Illustrated Animation

Illustrated Animation


5 types of Animation:

Due date: Wed. Jan. 11th

What counts as illustration?
Using the brush, pen, shape/line tools in Photoshop -OR- hand-drawing and scanning into Photoshop. Copying ANY part of an image does NOT count as illustration.


-Use full illustration-- absolutely NO copied images. You can use reference images as guides for your own drawings, but using copied images will result in a failing grade.

-Your subject or "character" must be an animal, person, or object.

-Your subject or "character" must move in a way that makes sense. If you are drawing a cat, you may make the cat jump or play with a ball of yarn. 

-Size no smaller than 100 x 100 pixels, but no larger than 500 pixels x 500 pixels.

-Transparent background

-Minimum 40 frames

-The final animation should be fluid. Check the fps (frames per second) and make sure your animation doesn't seem too fast or too slow.

-Saved and uploaded to your Weebly portfolio as a .gif file

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