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EMUSAG 285CatarinoFall

[SAG 285] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 45 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Mar 2017
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Author"s note: in the sag 285 lectures we will be modeling commander shepard"s helmet from. This was what i chose to model for my final project in sag
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EMUSAG 255FaustWinter

SAG 255 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Brachioradialis, Abdomen, Biceps

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12 Feb 2017
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Three primary types of muscle tissue: skeletal, smooth, cardiac. Muscles cross over the joints and connect to bone. They are the movers of the bones. M
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EMUSAG 255FaustWinter

SAG 255 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Coronal Plane

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12 Feb 2017
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Anatomic position: standing feet shoulder-width apart, palms facing outward. Superior: above (body parts of the head and torso in reference to each oth
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EMUSAG 255FaustWinter

SAG 255 Lecture 3: 2/7/2017

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12 Feb 2017
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The human wingspan should equal your height. The human nose should be equal to your ear. Drag those fingers over to the side of your head. Place two fi
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EMUCHL 207harryeissWinter

[CHL 207] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (11 pages long)

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7 Feb 2017
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Is it episodic or progressive (why) (100 minimum words; this is not the maximum, longer is always good for all of these throughout the course. : the pl
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EMUCHL 207harryeissWinter

CHL 207 Lecture 4: DISCUSSION4

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6 Feb 2017
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Literature: the expression of the human condition, literary criticism: the explanation of the what and how of literature. The how refers to the tools a
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EMUCHL 207harryeissWinter

CHL 207 Lecture 3: DISCUSSION3

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6 Feb 2017
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Is it episodic or progressive (why) (100 minimum words; this is not the maximum, longer is always good for all of these throughout the course. : the pl
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EMUCHL 207harryeissWinter

CHL 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Trade Literature, Robert Cormier

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31 Jan 2017
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Craft of fiction, also (cid:498)tools of the trade(cid:499) Literary criticism: the explanation of the what and how of literature. The how refers to th
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EMUCHL 207harryeissWinter

CHL 207 Lecture 3: 1/12/2017

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31 Jan 2017
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These opposites are always working together in the brain. The highest truths. this can be explained to the meaning of life, although it is more complic
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EMUCHL 207harryeissWinter

CHL 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Keymaker, Preconscious, Neurosis

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31 Jan 2017
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Freud was a neurologist that moved over into psychology. He invented the (cid:498)talking cure(cid:499), where people would talk with him to help with
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EMUCHL 207harryeissWinter

CHL 207 Lecture 2: 1/10/2017

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31 Jan 2017
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A theme is what is expressed about the human condition. Or, in layman"s terms, what the point of the story is. The theme of a particular story is almos
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EMUCHL 207harryeissWinter

CHL 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Darth Vader, Tough Love, Princess Leia

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31 Jan 2017
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This means that, in the same way a doctor can cure our bodies if we have the same disease, our minds can be treated in similar ways. He does have a few
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EMUSAG 285CatarinoFall

SAG 285 Lecture 11: 285 Lecture 11

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24 Jan 2017
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To make the n7 logo on the side of the helmet, begin by making a small rectangle with the. Make sure that autogrid is turned on so you can make the box
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EMUSAG 285CatarinoFall

SAG 285 Lecture 14: 285 Lecture 14

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24 Jan 2017
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Create an instance and line it up on the other side. Lastly, we need to model the eye glass. Create a new layer and name it eye glass. Delete the top,
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EMUSAG 285CatarinoFall

SAG 285 Lecture 12: 285 Lecture 12

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24 Jan 2017
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EMUSAG 285CatarinoFall

SAG 285 Lecture 13: 285 Lecture 13

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24 Jan 2017
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EMUSAG 285CatarinoFall

SAG 285 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Baseband

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18 Jan 2017
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Pull out the polygons that make out the part of the helmet that the ear cover rests on. In the main toolbar, under group, hit group. Rotate the group a
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EMUSAG 285CatarinoFall

SAG 285 Lecture 7: 285 Lecture 7

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18 Jan 2017
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Create a new layer and name it head band. Create a box with a length of 30. 081, a height of 24. 312, and a width of 37. 004. Use edge mode and the sca
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EMUSAG 285CatarinoFall

SAG 285 Lecture 8: 285 Lecture 8

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18 Jan 2017
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Select the side polygons and begin pulling them back to make the winged part that wraps around the ear. For the next piece of the model, i will be usin
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EMUSAG 285CatarinoFall

SAG 285 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Baseband

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18 Jan 2017
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EMUSAG 285CatarinoFall

SAG 285 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Doubleclick

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18 Jan 2017
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Ungroup the domes, and then regroup everything in the. Scale the entire group to fit within the helmet interior. Use the mirror command to make an inst
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EMUSAG 285CatarinoFall

SAG 285 Lecture 4: 285 Lecture 4

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9 Jan 2017
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EMUSAG 285CatarinoFall

SAG 285 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Rubik'S Revenge

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EMUSAG 285CatarinoFall

SAG 285 Lecture 5: 285 Lecture 5

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9 Jan 2017
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EMUSAG 285CatarinoFall

SAG 285 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Doubleclick

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9 Jan 2017
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Before we begin modeling, we should start organizing our layers to make our lives easier. In the main toolbar, open up the layer explorer. Right now, a
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EMUSAG 285CatarinoFall

SAG 285 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Doubleclick, Autodesk 3Ds Max

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9 Jan 2017
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Author"s note: in the sag 285 lectures we will be modeling commander shepard"s helmet from. This was what i chose to model for my final project in sag
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EMUSAG 105LKinczkowskiFall

SAG 105L Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Correlation Does Not Imply Causation

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13 Dec 2016
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To avoid it, think in sequences, not individual shots. An animation with bad continuity is frustrating to watch: this is because the flow is constantly
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EMUSAG 105LKinczkowskiFall

SAG 105L Lecture 29: SAG 105L4 LECTURE 29

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13 Dec 2016
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Sag 105l4 lecture 29 types of shot. Knowing what type of shot to use is important to the craft of animation. It is also important when and where to use
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EMUSAG 105LKinczkowskiFall

SAG 105L Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Focal Length, Telephoto Lens

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13 Dec 2016
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Digital animation is not an actual lens-based medium. Therefore, a good knowledge and understand of motion-picture cameras and lenses is important in s
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EMUSAG 105LKinczkowskiFall

SAG 105L Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Procedural Texture

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13 Dec 2016
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The default look of most 3d models is flat, gray, and plastic. The final stage includes applying color, shades, and texture to make the model come to l
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EMUSAG 105LKinczkowskiFall

SAG 105L Lecture 27: SAG 105L4 LECTURE 27

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13 Dec 2016
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Sag 105l4 lecture 27 scene planning. If you don"t plan, you plan to fail. The job of a scene planner is to: work from a storyboard, compile all of the
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EMUSAG 105LKinczkowskiFall

SAG 105L Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Kinematics, Inverse Kinematics, Forward Kinematics

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11 Dec 2016
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Without a skeleton, we would not be able to move: the same is true for your 3d models. To animate said model, you will need to insert a skeleton: this
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EMUSAG 105LKinczkowskiFall

SAG 105L Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Norman Mclaren, Optical Illusion

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11 Dec 2016
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Sag 105l4 lecture 21 technique and practice. Animation is an illusion: the secret to it is cheating. Norman mclaren, an amazing animator, once said tha
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EMUSAG 105LKinczkowskiFall

SAG 105L Lecture 22: SAG 105L4 LECTURE 22

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11 Dec 2016
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Sag 105l4 lecture 22 animation methods. All animators have their own working methods. However, there are 2 principal approaches to consider. The first
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EMUSAG 105LKinczkowskiFall

SAG 105L Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Autodesk Softimage, Daz Studio, Maquette

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11 Dec 2016
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Sag 105l4 lecture 23 digital 3d artwork. Creating 3d artwork on a 2d computer screen can be difficult, but, once mastered, can open a world of possibil
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EMUSAG 105LKinczkowskiFall

SAG 105L Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Non-Uniform Rational B-Spline

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11 Dec 2016
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A comparison can be made between 3d modeling a sculpting in stone. When modeling in 3d programs, you are given a choice of primitive shapes with which
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EMUSAG 105LKinczkowskiFall

[SAG 105L] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 42 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
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Sag 105l4 lecture 1 the pipeline process. Pre-production is a crucial part of the production process. It is where all the ideas, designs, and planning
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EMUSAG 235CardonFall

[SAG 235] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 24 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
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Sag 235 lecture 1 history of the gaming industry. Checkers (1956: created by arthur lee samuel, a pioneer in computer game industry. It was the first c
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EMUMATH 110MormonWinter

[MATH 110] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (70 pages long)

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29 Nov 2016
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Math 110 lecture 2 simple interest; measureing distance, speed, time; Interest = principle x rate x time: or, i = prt (often, time = 1, since this refe
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EMUSAG 105LKinczkowskiFall

SAG 105L Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Body Language, The Strongest

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28 Nov 2016
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Sag 105l4 lecture 17 body language. Body language is the one universal language that everyone on the planet speaks fluently. As soon as a character mov
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