Mobile Object - Static Subject
|In this exercise, students will produce a short animation (less than 1 minute), that describes the relationship between the parts and whole of a small architectural work, and between this work and its site.|
Assessment objectives include:
|Uses Tool(s)||Tool:Rhino v4.x , Tool:AfterEffects CS6|
Throughout the first four weeks of class we have been building up skills that have served as a foundation for our first animation project. The basis of a high-quality animation is created by a combination of material, immaterial and object transformations of a clean and detailed 3D model. The characteristics and quality of an animation can be defined by a combination of lighting, camera and material systems.
This first project will consists in a short animation (less than 1 minute), that will describe the relationship between parts and whole of your sukkah project and between site and sukkah. For example, you may choose to describe this set of relationships with an animation showcasing the construction/modeling process of your sukkah.
You animation project should present a successful development of the following digital processes:
- Development and / or specification of VRay materials .
- Development of object animations.
- Development of camera animations
- Successful rendering of the scene
- Compositing and post-processing of the material.
With this project you will be able to design not only the way in which you describe the part to whole set of relationships that exist within your Sukkah and the site, but we are capable to manipulate different types of media to represent a conceptual framework for our Sukkah project.
The animation will be displayed at the beginning of class on the projector. Put your video on a flash drive to load it at the beginning of class.