Problems are challenges to creative minds.
Without problems, there would be little reason
to think at all." 

EARL NIGHTINGALE

WELCOME TO INTERACTIVE MEDIA & DESIGN I

ILLUSTRATOR REVIEW: Let's create an Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen
Students reviewed skills learned in PAMC (Level 1) then created beautiful and professional Splash Screens that demonstrated their amazing talent using Illustrator.

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Lee Burnside grade 11

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Sophia Sweeney grade 10

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Sophia Sweeney grade 10

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Sophia Sweeney grade 10

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Sophia Sweeney

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Sophia Sweeney grade 10

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Sophia Sweeney grade 10

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Alondra Tapia Carrasquillo grade 11

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Sean Smullen grade 10

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Ja'Don O'Brien grade 11

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Judah Goslee grade 10

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Lex Matos grade 12

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Maddie Somers grade 10

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Soline Luc grade 10

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Martha Tistoj-Vasquez grade 10

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Abdullah Alvi grade 10

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Nashaly Islas-Figueroa grade 10

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Jordyn Welch grade 10

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Maria Hernandez Guerrero grade 10

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Amya Bolling grade 10

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Bethany Hester grade 11

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Bethany Hester grade 11

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Andy Tran grade 11

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Guadalupe Toshua Tello grade 10

Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

by Angliche Petion grade 10

an·i·ma·tion

/ˌanəˈmāSH(ə)n/

the technique of photographing successive drawings or positions of puppets or models to create an illusion of movement when the movie is shown as a sequence.

ILLUSTRATOR FRAME BY FRAME ANIMATION: Let's create our first animation - Using Illustrator, students created twenty sequential artboards suggesting motion.  The artboards were saved as pngs and uploaded to Photoshop to create a fun, looping gif.

ANIMATE: Creative Line Challenge - Using Animate, students created a 30 frame 'Begin at the End' animation using features such as Convert to Frame-by-Frame and basic drawing tools.

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ANIMATE: Battle of the Blocks - Using Animate, students created a 36 frame animation featuring two blocks interacting with each other and crashing.  Students used the Convert to Frame-by-Frame every fourth feature and learned about Classic and Shape tweens.

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ANIMATE: Original Slide Animation #1 :  Students learned basics of Animate including interface, tools, and timeline. Students took skills learned in Lesson 1 and created an original animation using photos and original drawings.  Students worked with alphas, blurs and other filters to create unique animations.