2DAN 210: Animation II

Continuing with the study of essential animation principles, students work at creating sophisticated movement phrases through a series of short assignments that focus on drawn animation. Students practice developing their animation by iterative refinement based on class feedback, progressing from rough to polished stages of production. An emphasis is placed on acting, staging, and timing. In addition, students employ film grammar, develop storyboards, and create short narratives by linking characters' motives and movement sequences with a variety of scenes, shots, camera angles, and editing points. A variety of relevant films are presented, relating contextually to lecture topics.

Prerequisites: 

2DAN 200 Animation I

Number of Credits: 
3.00
Repeatable for Credit: 
No
Sections: 
Term Section Title
Spring 2020 2DAN-210-S001 Animation II
Spring 2020 2DAN-210-S002 Animation II