SPRING 2021 – 2022 (SOPHOMORE)

Introduction to Animation

Course Learning Outcomes:

  • CLO1: Describe the theory, principles, and techniques of animation.
  • CLO2: Distinguish a range of key industry professionals and studios, which specialize in these techniques.
  • CLO3: Create short animations using a variety of traditional and digital techniques.
  • CLO4: Assess the effectiveness of different animation styles in relation to the target audience.

INTRODUCTION TO ANIMATION

Done by student Shaima Ali H Bo Kanan 211310009

SUMMER 2021 – 2022 (SOPHOMORE)

2D Animation

Course Learning Outcomes:

  • CLO1: Identify the type of theory about principles and techniques for 2D animation.
  • CLO2: Apply effective and creative use of 2D animation tools and techniques.
  • CLO3: Employ updated techniques per 2D Animation industry standards.
  • CLO4: Manage project files and varied content for 2D animation production.
  • CLO5: Evaluate traditional and contemporary 2D animations.

AUE 2D ANIMATION

Done by student Batool Sami Abdulimam Al Saadi 181310037

SUMMER 2021 – 2022 (SOPHOMORE)

Fundamentals of 3D Animation

Course Learning Outcomes:

  • CLO1: Describe the techniques and principles of apparel construction in relation to conceptual research and design development.

  • CLO2: Adapt a project including selection of fabric, construction and fit correction.

  • CLO3: Produce bespoke garments using advanced patternmaking and construction techniques.

  • CLO4: Articulate ideas and standards to present design proposals and solutions per industry standards.

Fundamentals of 3D Animation

Done by student Hina Ghori 191320004

FALL 2021 – 2022 (JUNIOR)

Storyboarding

Course Learning Outcomes:

  • CLO1: Recognize different formats of storyboards that will best serve the intended media.
  • CLO2: Illustrate visually different shot types, angles, cuts, transitions, posing, staging and camera moves on standard storyboard templates.
  • CLO3: Create a storyboard and animatic with all the necessary labeling and sequencing information; that will make a clear and compelling visual representation of a script or story.
  • CLO4: Practice pitching a storyboard or animatic to an audience.

STORYBOARDING

Done by student Hina Ghori 191320004

SPRING 2021 – 2022 (JUNIOR)

Introduction to Digital Video Production

Course Learning Outcomes:

  • CLO1: Identify media aesthetics for video production.
  • CLO2: Apply the basic techniques of digital video production.
  • CLO3: Use appropriate video production terminology and language.
  • CLO4: Construct short videos using industry-standard hardware and software.

INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL VIDEO PRODUCTION

Done by student Jireh Flores 191310014

SPRING 2021 – 2022 (JUNIOR)

Motion Graphics

Course Learning Outcomes:

  • CLO1: Demonstrate knowledge of the interface and tools of industry-standard motion graphics software.
  • CLO2: Analyze design aesthetics and standards of motion graphics in film and video.
  • CLO3: Create kinetic typography, animated logos and graphics for film and video.
  • CLO4: Integrate audio and visual components for professional motion graphics products.

MOTION GRAPHICS

Done by student Hamda Bin Hezaim 181310039

SPRING 2021 – 2022 (SENIOR)

Capstone Graduation Project

Course Learning Outcomes:

  • CLO 1: Interpret the findings of a digital animation project from an industry perspective.
  • CLO 2: Implement preproduction assets, following the correct animation production pipeline.
  • CLO 3: Create an original documented animation (team-based project), from concept to completion.
  • CLO 4: Demonstrate creativity, critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
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