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    • Thumb image for Aesops Flash FableResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Aesops Flash Fable

      Grades: 10 to 12
      Subjects: No subjects selected.
      Students learn the fundamentals of drawing vector art and animating it in Flash in the context of video production by interpreti...
      Contributor: CTE Online
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      Red Eye Removal / Change Eye Color

      Grades: 10 to 12
      Subjects: No subjects selected.
      Ever seen or taken a picture of your friends or family where their eyes are glowing red? Do you wonder why this happens? Ever ...
      Contributor: CTE Online
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      Buttons 2: Dungeon

      Grades: 9 to 12, Community College to Graduate
      Subjects: No subjects selected.
      Students continue to learn how to action script buttons in Flash in order to move viewers through their animation or presentatio...
      Contributor: CTE Online
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      Beginning Storyboarding

      Grades: 9 to 12, Community College to Graduate
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      Students will review basic elements of good storytelling and learn how to create a storyboard before building a frame-by-frame a...
      Contributor: CTE Online
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      Shooting a Chase Scene

      Grades: 10 to 12
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      Students shoot a chase scene that screen direction, maintaining shot-to-shot continiuty, continuous action and cutting are used ...
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