You will research how the Bone Tool can be used in Adobe Flash.
You will produce:
- a text-based tutorial on the basics of how to use the Bone Tool or
- a video screencast tutorial of how to use the Bone Tool.
You can choose to create a text-based tutorial. This could be done in a Google Doc and you could use screenshots to help you explain how to use the Bone Tool.
Or you can choose to do a video screencast. You will need a microphone. This requires preparation and you will have to practice a few times before you are ready to produce your final screencast.
You can use the skills you have learned to create a short animation about one of these three topics:
- My school day.
- My future.
- The worst day ever!
- The best day ever!
- A dream I have.
To get an A, your animation must include:
- Good drawing skills.
- Organised, named layers.
- Animated Library Symbols with organised, named layers.
- Motion tweens (if appropriate).
- Multiple scenes, including at least a start scene and a "The End!" scene
- Any other features you discover by yourself!