Story Animation 2 Writing Task: Write a narrative describing the events occurring in your story animation. Use details and sensory language to convey a vivid picture of the events. (Common Core Standard W.9-10.3: 5 points)
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1. Write a detailed description of a bouncing ball. What does it look like before it starts to fall? What does it look like as it is falling? Describe in detail what happens to the ball as it hits the ground before it starts to go up. What does it look like as it goes back up into the air? Submit the written description in Google Classroom (Period 2: x8q274, Period 7: qt01rj)
2. Use the Keyframe Planning Sheet to draw pictures of the main keyframes in the bounce.
3. Create the following three Bouncing Ball projects. Use your description and drawings to guide your animation.
Bouncing Ball 1 - Demonstrate an understanding of motion tweening and cartoon physics by creating a bouncing ball that starts at a point, falls to the bottom of the stage and returns to the starting point. Save as ball1.fla (5)
Bouncing Ball 2 - Create a second bouncing ball that bounces 5 times. Each bounce should bring the ball up to a point that is lower than the previous bounce and show appropriate changes in physics with each bounce. Save as ball2.fla (5)
Bouncing Ball 3 - Create a bouncing ball that enters the screen on the left, bounces in the center and exits the screen on the right. Save as ball3.fla (5)
Classic and Motion Tweening -Create the following animations involving moving shapes and tweening.