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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
CDM
3300
Motion Graphics II: AfterEffects
Motion Graphics II
Fall 2015
3
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Studio Course
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CDM 2300
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Animation and motion graphics using Adobe After Effects. Kinetic sequence projects include narrative animation and type in motion. Students develop advanced level storyboards and style frames as pre-visualization tools. Projects incorporate sound and audio files as tone and storytelling elements. Project workflow emphasizes narrative exploration, pacing, timing, and scene transitions. Projects encompass all facets of motion design and narrative storytelling from conceptual design to final production.
• Fluency in using a sound/audio file to design a visual narrative with kinetic typography for motion design/animation projects. • Fluency in character design to design a visual narrative for motion design/animation projects. • Fluency in using Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and After Effects. • Fluency in project workflow and production for motion design/animation projects. • Fluency in time management, craft skills (hand and digital) for motion design/animation projects. • Fluency in process critiques and formal presentations for motion design/animation projects. • Fluency in precise hand and digital skills—craft and technical skills. • Fluency in creating and designing visual narrative animations through sequential moving images, for specific time durations. • Fluency in developing work ethic, time management, project deadlines, and production workflow. • Fluency in observation and listening skills to address filmmaking choices. • Fluency in using animation, editing & production language/vocabulary to communicate in a professional manner when presenting and critiquing work: articulate, objective, critical, and cordial. • Fluency in creating and designing storyboards and style frames. • Fluency in working with project criteria and client objectives for motion design/animation projects.

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