August 2008 Archives
Introduction to tools:
The first three are open source software (free for anyone to use). Flash is an expensive commercial product that is available in several computer labs at SHU.
If you're curious,
- you can take a look at EL405 projects from 2006 (the page is slow to load).
- Here's my final reflection on that course.
Hands-on with Blender3D.
- 10-Minute Crash Course
- More Detailed Overview
- If we have time, try SuperBoy's Blender tutorials on YouTube.
You will have class time to begin a series of tutorials that you should finish on your own time.
What are your goals for each segment of the course? Research each tool online, write a brief paragraph in response to each tool, and provide a synthesizing conclusion. About 500 words. (Informal prose and bulleted lists are OK.)
Rachel Prichard on Ex 1-2: Practice Screencast: my presentation blog http://blogs.setonhill.edu/R
Tiffany Gilbert on Ex 1-2: Practice Screencast: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3LjMTIBYSA View th
Daniella Choynowski on Ex 1-2: Practice Screencast: http://blogs.setonhill.edu/DaniellaChoynowski/2008
Rachel Prichard on Ex 1-2: Practice Screencast: Here is my embarrassing screencast http://www.you
Jeremy Barrick on Ex 1-2: Practice Screencast: My blog for presentation: http://blogs.setonhill.e
Kayla Sawyer on Ex 1-2: Practice Screencast: My practice screencast: http://blogs.setonhill.edu
Dennis G. Jerz on Blender3D Workshop: Right, although it might be a good idea to make su
Daniella Choynowski on Blender3D Workshop: so basically, I can work today on trying to animat
Dennis G. Jerz on Blender3D Workshop: One more... I don't expect the designers used Blen