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Presentations:

Students, in groups of 2, will be assigned an animation principle to research and present. The presentations are10 minutes maximum and should focus on demonstrating the principle with examples and definition. Students can acting it out, find animation clips or create animation examples.

Principles of Animation

Tuesday

Jan 29 - Timing (spacing) - Margaret Freed & Ian Gilmer

Jan 29 - Squash and Stretch - Timothy Artressia & Jose Borges

Jan 29 - Slow In and Slow Out (Ease in/Out) - Douglas Reining & Ryan Stechschulte

Jan 29 - Anticipation - Sterling Harris & Bryce Lloyd

Tuesday

Feb 5 - Line of Action - Anne May

Tuesday

Feb 12 Pose / Silhouette - Brittany Virgallito & Timothy Artressia

Feb 12 Staging - Jose Borges & Margaret Freed

Thursday

Feb 14 Arcs - Nathaniel Stockton & Je'Ron Stokes-Montgomery

Feb 14 Exaggeration - Heather Sudman & Brittany Virgallito

Tuesday

Feb 19 Balance - Colleen Murphy

Feb 19 Weight - Christopher Mustard & Douglas Reining

Feb 19 Follow Through / Overlapping Action - Chelsea Maurer & Anne May

Feb 19 Secondary Motion - Colleen Murphy

Thursday

Feb 28 Straight ahead vs Pose to Pose - Sterling Harris & Christopher Mustard

Feb 28 Appeal - Bryce Lloyd & Chelsea Maurer

Feb 28 Solid Drawing - Je'Ron Stokes-Montgomery & Heather Sudman

Tuesday

Mar 12 Beat and Rhythm -

Mar 12 Action / Reaction (in acting) - Ryan Stechschulte & Nathaniel Stockton




10 minutes a piece