projects

Object

  • Title Sequence – needs to “move”
  • Clear story-line, smooth transitions, experiment with lots of creative ideas and “things”, cohesive work, take advantage of stop motion capabilities (ie don’t just film!)
  • 1-2+ minutes
  • Sound effects/soundtrack as appropriate
  • Credits/Names of Participants – can be done in FinalCut

GROUP 1: Louis

GROUP 2: Ian, Nick, Robert

GROUP 3: Rachael

GROUP 4: Lidya, Nicole

GROUP 5: Andrew, Jimmy

GROUP 6: Chris

GROUP 7: Sean, Garrett

Light

  • Title Sequence – “moves”, done with flashlights
  • Smooth transitions, experimenting with lots of creative ideas, cohesive group work, involves all team members, take full advantage of flashlight capabilities
  • About 1 minute+ (about 8-12 frames/second)
  • Appropriate soundtrack
  • Credits/Names of Participants – can be done in FinalCut

GROUP 1:  Louis, Garret, Nick, Sean

GROUP 2:  Ian, Jimmy, Lidya, Rachael

GROUP 3:  Andrew, Nicole, Robert, Chris

Sand

  • Title Sequence – needs to “move”
  • Clear story-line/relationship to soundtrack, smooth transitions, experiment with lots of creative ideas, cohesive work, take advantage of stop motion capabilities (ie don’t just film!)
  • 1+ minute(s)
  • Sound effects/soundtrack as appropriate
  • Credits/Names of Participants – can be done in FinalCut

GROUP 1: Louis, Garret

GROUP 2: Nick, Sean

GROUP 3: Ian, Jimmy

GROUP 4: Lidya, Rachael

GROUP 5: Andrew, Nicole

GROUP 6: Robert, Chris

Pixilation

  • Title Sequence – needs to “move”
  • Clear story-line, smooth transitions, experiment with lots of creative ideas, cohesive group work, involves all team members, defy gravity – take full advantage of stop motion capabilities (ie don’t just film!)
  • 1-2+ minutes
  • Sound effects/soundtrack as appropriate
  • Credits/Names of Participants – can be done in FinalCut

GROUP 1:  Louis, Garret, Nick, Sean

GROUP 2:  Ian, Jimmy, Lidya, Rachael

GROUP 3:  Andrew, Nicole, Robert, Chris

Drawn (dry erase, paper, other)

  • Title Sequence – needs to “move”
  • Clear story-line/relationship to soundtrack, smooth transitions, experiment with lots of creative ideas, cohesive work, take advantage of stop motion capabilities (ie don’t just film!)
  • 1+ minute(s)
  • Sound effects/soundtrack as appropriate
  • Credits/Names of Participants – can be done in FinalCut

GROUP 1: Louis, Garret

GROUP 2: Nick, Sean

GROUP 3: Ian, Jimmy

GROUP 4: Lidya, Rachael

GROUP 5: Andrew, Nicole

GROUP 6: Robert, Chris

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