I have updated notes on how to submit projects, including adding links to Moodle assignments with addresses to Vimeo and YouTube sites, as well as uploading files to my instructor dropbox. Here are links to pages covering the steps on how to do so:
You will also find the links on the Course Page (under the Courses Tab) and under Resources > Animation Studio Practices > File Management & Submitting Assignments.
The students who know me and my methods will understand that I’ve been in the process of migrating content from my website <www.ecuad.ca/~mrose> to this blog. It has been a involved process (longer than I had initially imagined) and is still a work in progress. I suppose a blog is meant to be constantly in development.
Please know that I have added many important documents to the blog. They are in the Pages and Menus, and not necessarily in the Posts. Therefore, you should refer to the menu at the top of this widow. Look above at:
Take your curser and either select a particular menu or rollover the item and choose from the subsequent pull-down menus. From there, you will find the many on-line handouts I have created, covering details about Adobe Premiere, After Effects, and more.
Here’s a link to Art Attack, a daily art challenge between people like Kristen Campbell, Sitji Chou, Kim Palmer, Kristen Turcotte, Daryl-Lynn Ramsey, Tor Aunet, Nathalie de Los Santos and others:
It’s June, and I’m in the process of migrating content from my website <www.ecuad.ca/~mrose> to this blog. I’ll work at it steadily over the coming months, in time for the fall semester at Emily Carr.
It’s a work-in-progress at the moment, but stay tuned for updated course notes, animation links and resources.