|Observe the Naming Conventions when organising and naming your files.
Place completed work online in Hand_In folder of Digi Paint course in the ADM Digital Animation folder.
Each file should be accompanied by a small .jpg preview file. Instructions for doing so are here.
Expectations of this course
The expectations of this course are:
- That you have demonstrated technical competence in all key aspects of Photoshop practice. See Key Technical Skills for a brief outline of these skills.
- That your file is organised according to the DT2012 'house style'. See Naming Conventions for details.
- That all your research and reference material are presented in an orderly and consistent manner.
- That all assignments and exercises have been completed and uploaded to the Animation server together with small jpg previews.
- That you have demonstrated competence in your pictorial skills. See this microsite for an introduction of what these might be. Clearly, given the nature of the topic, these are to an extent negotiable, according to the particular aims of your creative output.
- That your creative output is original and engaging.
- That you have demonstrated engagement with the course. This might be through asking questions in class, the seeking of consultations or suchlike.
File naming conventions
All your final files must follow the same naming convention, as shown below.
Your files may be accompanied by a history of their development. This is to be in the form of a .png (good for illustrator files) or a .jpg (good for photoshop files). They are to be named as below:
|Assessment||Student number||Version number||Extension||Result|
Research images (sketches, source etc) are to be included in an accompanying folder called research followed by its Assessment and student number (e.g. 01_s3567494_research). Research folders are not compulsory, but will be considered in the final grade.