The Principle of anticipation prepares the audience for something that is about to happen>
CLO: Students will understand Disney's 12 Rules of Animation and be able to find examples of each to compile into a class presentation. Students will be able to define each rule in their own words to submit in writing to Mrs. Stringer.
Sept. 17: Intro to Principles + Squash and Stretch
Sept. 24: Anticipation
Oct. 1: Staging
Oct. 8: Straight ahead and Pose to Pose
Oct. 15: Follow Through and Overlapping
Oct. 22: Slow in and Slow out
Oct. 29: Arcs
Nov. 5: Secondary Action
Nov. 12: Timing
Nov. 19: Exaggeration
Dec. 3: Solid Drawings
Dec. 10: Appeal
Stop Motion Animation Critique
CLO: Students will be able to reflect on 3 different stop motion animations and offer written interpretations and criticism that would help the creators improve their work.
1. Watch the 3 movie clips below as a class
2. In the box below each, Offer at least 3 sentences in response to the prompts below.
3. Submit each response online to Mrs. Stringer
Stringer is the CTE Digital Media teacher that specializes in Graphic Design and 3D Animation. Her goal is to expose young minds to creative careers and foster artistic growth.