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Animation Project

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_ is often overlooked when considering an animation software, but in reality its powerful drawing capabilities makes it a great choices for frame by frame Disney-style animation
  • Photoshop Correct
_ offers a user friendly set of animation programs that has advanced rigging systems, effects and camera tools
  • Toon Boom Correct
___ is the industry standard for stop-motion animation, and was used on films such as Kubo and the Two Strings and Shaun the Sheep
  • Dragonframe Correct
_______________ is a complete 2D animation package that can produce traditional animation, cutout animation and anime style animation
  • Moho Correct
- Processes, where the user can define two key frames and Flash will automatically create the in-between frames, either morphing one shape into another over a set period of time or else moving a shape or shapes from point A to point B over a set period of time
  • Motion Tweening Correct
A ___________ should show character, attitude, feelings, entertainment, expressions, type of action, as well as telling the story’s plot.
  • storyboard Correct
A ______________ is the fact that the object/character animated retains the same volume/apparent mass; it's simply distorted into a different shape and/or configuration to give the impression of the forces acting on it
  • key principle of squash and stretch Correct
A filmmaking technique where the illusion of motion is created frame-by-frame. The word comes from the Latin word, "anima," meaning "life" or "soul".
  • animation Correct
A flat piece of artwork that is the setting for a moving character in an animated film.
  • background Correct
A french animation software, ____________ is the all-in-one 2D animation software you’ll ever need
  • TVPaint Correct
A reference sheet for animators that shows a number of different poses of an animated character.
  • Model Sheet Correct
A stop-motion technique in which life-size props or live actors are photographed frame-by-frame.
  • Pixilation Correct
A visual representation of a story.
  • storyboard Correct
Adobe Animate is formerly known as
  • Flash Correct
After effects gives you great control when creating rigs for 2D, and using the puppet tool is very convenient and intuitive
  • Adobe After Effects Correct
All animation is arranged in _________ from beginning to end
  • linear order Correct
An animation _____________ is a single still image in an animated sequence that occurs at an important point in that sequence
  • key frame Correct
An individual still picture on a strip of film 24 frames equal one second of a motion picture
  • frame Correct
Animation produced by arranging real objects, taking a picture of them, repositioning the objects minutely, then taking another picture of them to create a sequence of consecutive images that create the illusion of motion.
  • Stop-Motion Animation Correct
Animation technique used to depict exaggerated animated motion
  • Squash and Stretch Correct
Animation whose art or motion is controlled by vectors rather than pixels
  • vector animation Correct
can be numbered by frame, by second (or other interval of time), or both
  • timelines Correct
Covers a broad range of subjects, but overall can be defined as the creation of moving images through the use of computers.
  • computer animation Correct
In animation, a ______ refers to the frame-by-frame layout of all animation occurring over a delineated course of time
  • timeline Correct
In computer animation, the term is most commonly used for Flash's "____________"
  • shape tweening Correct
It does have some pro features though, such as DSLR support, onion skinning, using an iPad or iPhone as a remote and even chroma keying (using green screen)
  • iStopMotion Correct
It has a complex bone system for rigging and even supports the Unity engine It offers two packages, the Debut and the Pro (priced at $6999 and $39999 respectively)
  • Moho Correct
It is a 3D program for the After Effects user
  • Cinema 4D Correct
It is designed from the ground up with motion graphics in mind, but it is an amazing and quite versatile program
  • cinema 4d Correct
It is vector based, very intuitive to use (as are most of Adobe’s programs) and relatively inexpensive
  • Adobe Animate Correct
It's a crucial animation technique to make ______________ more believable; for instance, if an animated character is going to punch something, you wouldn't animate their fist flying forward straight from the mark Instead they'd draw back in the opposite direction, that moment of anticipation, gathered kinetic energy - and then throw the punch forward
  • motion Correct
It’s definitely more robust and complex than Photoshop, but it’s also much pricier
  • TVPaint Correct
It’s great for getting started with 2D animation, and though it’s not meant for professional animation production (unlike Toon Boom Harmony) you can still get amazing results with it
  • adobe animate Correct
Its comprehensive software can be used with many different attachments, such as a device that controls the camera, lights and even pull focus
  • Dragonframe Correct
Match the term/details to complete each statement.
  • Match the term/details to complete each statement. Correct
often allows cleaner, smoother animation, because images are displayed and/or resized using mathematical values instead of stored pixel values
  • vector animation Correct
One of the most common forms of stop-motion animation is _____________.
  • Claymation Correct
One of the most commonly used vector animation programs is
  • adobe flash Correct
Photoshop’s _______________ functionality lets you animate by drawing frame by frame, using onion skinning, and is incredibly robust
  • timeline Correct
The ____________ shows how characters relate in size to other characters.
  • Model Sheet Correct
The brief moment of anticipatory motion that precedes an action
  • Anticipation Correct
The creation of moving pictures in a three-dimensional digital environment. // animationcam
  • 3D animation Correct
The creation of moving pictures in a two-dimensional environment, such as through "traditional" cel animation or in computerized animation software.
  • 2D Animation Correct
The creation of successive frames of animation between key frames
  • Tween Correct
The eye can be "__________" into perceiving motion when these consecutive images are shown at a rate of 24 frames per second or faster
  • fooled Correct
The filmmaking technique in animation where each frame is exposed one at a time and the object being photographed is slightly altered for each picture
  • Frame-by-frame Correct
The higher the frame rate, the smoother the motion, because there are more frames per second (fps) to display the transition from point A to point B 24 fps is standard, but you could go as low as __________ fps and as high as 30 fps
  • 12 Correct
The measure of the number of frames displayed sequentially per second of animation in order to create the illusion of motion
  • frame rate Correct
The person who draws the moving character in an animated film.
  • animator Correct
The point of squash and stretch is to make the motions _______________, rather than more swift, realistic, and sometimes unnoticed in passing observation
  • larger than life Correct
The written story of a film that supplies dialogue, camera moves, background, staging and action.
  • script Correct
These images can be created in either a two-dimensional or threedimensional space, and can be applied to web design, user interface design, application development, video games, movies, special effects, cartooning, and many others.
  • Computer Animation Correct
This creates massive worlds and stunning scenes more quickly and efficiently with some of the most robust animation and rendering tools in the industry
  • Autodesk 3Ds Max Correct
This is done by sequencing consecutive images, or "frames", that simulate motion by each image showing the next in a gradual progression of steps, filmed by a virtual "camera" and then output to video by a rendering engine.
  • 3-D Animation Correct
This is done by sequencing consecutive images, or "frames", that simulate motion by each image showing the next in a gradual progression of steps. The eye can be "fooled" into perceiving motion when these consecutive images are shown at a rate of 24 frames per second or faster.
  • 2-D Animation Correct
This is short for celluloid, is a transparent sheet on which objects are drawn or painted for traditional, hand drawn animation
  • cel Correct
This provides a broad spectrum of modeling, texturing, lighting, animation, and video postprocessing functionality in one package
  • blender Correct
This provides a comprehensive 3D modeling, animation, rendering, and compositing solution for games, film, and motion graphics artists
  • autodesk 3ds max Correct
This refers to any artwork or animation created with computers.
  • CGI Correct
Through its open architecture, __________ provides cross-platform interoperability, extensibility, an incredibly small footprint, and a tightly integrated workflow
  • blender Correct
When viewed, they appear to be moving at a fast speed
  • pixilation Correct
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