Skeleton Takes a Bath

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Can you identify
the problems with the
above animation

Allison Jillian Sklyer

Now you are experts at <Insert Keyframe> and making changes to your animation along the <Timeline> we will continue our work with FLASH animation software by having our skeleton take a bath.

CLICK HERE to watch Mr. Durfee's video on this assignment.

As you will watch in the video, to get started you will need to start your FLASH program by clicking on the Flash Icon on your Desktop. Then go to <Open><Shared Drive> <Durfee> <Digital Literacy> <Assignment> and double click skeleton_takes_bath.fla

Next, save this file to your U: drive space (lunch account number): <File> <Save As> skeleton_takes_bath Now you are ready to begin your work.

Objectives:

(1) What is extremely important for your learning objective for this assignment is to animate to make it appear that the skeleton is actually climbing into the tub to take a bath. Do not allow the skeleton's bones to go all over the place. You goal is to make it look like the skeleton is actually climbing into the bath tub and bathing.

(2) You will learn about and use <Layers> and the <Outline Box>

(3) You will learn how to Lock a Layer to prevent unitended changes

You will need, at least, fifty <Keyframes> but you can use as many as you need. Note the bathtub image is placed into the animation for the entire length of <Timeline>


NOTE: If you do not have access to the Shared Drive on the CMS LAN you can get the skeleton_takes_bath file by CLICKING HERE

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