Courses of Study: Arts, A/V Technology, and Communication
Number of Standards matching query: 20
Arts, A/V Technology, and Communication, Grade 9 - 12, Animation Character Development and Design, 2009
1.) Apply laboratory safety rules, regulations, and procedures for character development and design.
2.) Create an education plan for a career in character design that includes postsecondary and apprenticeship requirements.
3.) Describe training and responsibilities for various occupations in character design.
4.) Develop designs that use organizational principles and functions to communicate a story or ideas.
Analyzing a story or story idea for clarity and entertainment
Researching personality types for animated characters
Researching animal behaviors and characteristics for character development
Identifying design elements for various character personalities
Applying appropriate archetypes and stereotypes to communicate a story or idea
5.) Solve visual arts problems through a diverse range of media, techniques, and processes.
Researching the anatomy of humans and animals for character design
Applying canons of proportions to produce character designs with anatomical accuracy
Applying rules of perspective to produce solid character designs
Using design elements to communicate personality of characters
6.) Create costumes employing a diverse range of media, techniques, and processes to communicate an idea or story.
Researching characteristics and purposes of a variety of interrelated historical and cultural backgrounds for authenticity of costumes
Identifying costume designs based on literary, cultural, and historical backgrounds
7.) Use a variety of media and formats to collaborate and interact with peers, experts, and other audiences.
Producing inspirational sketches for conceptual designs that communicate ideas
Producing turnaround model sheets and gesture expression sheets for critique