Final Animation Project II
Part of this Programme
Level of Qualification|Semesters|ECTS
Master Degree | Semestral | 25
Year | Type of course unit | Language
2 |Mandatory |Português
Total of Working Hours | Duration of Contact (hours)
700 | 60
Recommended complementary curricular units
Prerequisites and co-requisites
1. Analysis - Visualization and analysis of a selection of relevant national and international works, representative of the diversity of approaches that have been highlighted in the creation of the arts, animation, installation, performance and cinema in general. 2. Realization and Production - Production and production of the pre-produced animation project in the course Final Animation Project I. - Composition by layers and render passes. - Video post-production processes (effects and corrections) - Video editing process (editing) and color correction and color grading. 3. Promotion - Creation of visual materials of the project and packshots for submission of the final work to art and animation festivals (as defined in Promotional Strategies)
Completion of the final project.
Knowledge, abilities and skills to be acquired
1. Understanding animation as a means of creative expression for the production of copyrighted or commercial content on multiple platforms; 2. Present and publicly defend an original project, using appropriate exhibition materials; 3.a) From the materials developed in Final Animation Project I, carry out and complete an original animation project, efficiently and competently fulfilling the different stages of production previously learned; 3.b) Having been approved in the first semester (in the Final Animation Project 1): - Present publicly a second original animation project, planned for only one semester; - Explore and define a unique visual representation that best serves the objectives defined in the project; - To carry out and complete this 2nd original project, following approved steps and efficiently and competently fulfilling the different stages of production previously learned.
Teaching methodologies and assessment
The discipline is laboratory and tutorial orientation, so there will be alternation between expository, demonstrative and participatory methods in the presentation of the programmatic contents. The topic "Analysis" comprises the commented view of several examples of film projects and other formats with relevance in the arts of animation, using audiovisual media and multimedia. The laboratory approach of the discipline comprises "Realization and Production", specific projects to be developed individually and in groups, according to the most modern processes of image composition. The topic "Promotion" aims to implement the knowledge acquired and complement the curricular unit "Promotion Strategies" in order to disseminate the work done in the most appropriate means. The evaluation consists of: 1. Initial presentation: final post-production of 2 to 3 plans ¿20% 2. Intermediate presentation: animations completed ¿20% 3. Final Presentation (Final Project) ¿60%
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