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  • Question 1
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    At which position in the walk cycle are both feet planted on the ground?

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    Mid-point Position

    Contact Position

    Up Position

    Passing Position

  • Question 2
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    Why would you adjust the ease on the bouncing ball motion?

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    To create a natural motion and remove the mechanical feel

    To increase the frame rate

    To adjust the rotation angle

    To adjust the follow-through and secondary action's velocity

  • Question 3
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    Why would you put your cut-out animation interpolation on twos?

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    To duplicate the animation

    To slow down the animation by half

    To set keyframes on every other frame and remove the computer generated interpolation

    To make the animation go twice as fast

  • Question 4
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    What indicates that a view is currently active?

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    red square

    blue square

  • Question 5
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    Where are the vector points on lines drawn with the Pencil tool?

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    At either ends

    Along the center

    Around the edge

    Both the center and the edge

  • Question 6
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    What must you do to change a single drawing of a walk cycle without affecting the other drawings repeated in the cycle?

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    Clone the layer

    Create a new layer

    Duplicate the drawing first

  • Question 7
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    What is the purpose of a digital peg?

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    To create a group out of all the connected assets

    To contain and strictly apply its Z-depth motion information to any connected asset

    To hold all your sheets together

    To contain and apply its motion information to any connected asset

  • Question 8
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    On a node, what do blue and green ports represent?

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    Blue indicates drawing information and light green indicates matte information

    Blue indicates the element on top of the composition and light green indicates position and movement (transformation)

    Blue indicates position and movement (transformation) and light green indicates drawing information

    Blue indicates drawing information and light green indicates position and movement (transformation)

  • Question 9
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    What do you have to do in order to be able to hear the sound when you play back your animation?

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    Activate the Enable Sound button in the Playback toolbar

    Activate the Sound Scrubbing button in the Playback toolbar

    Display the waveform in the Timeline view

    None of these answers

  • Question 10
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    As a professional animator how many frames should you record per second so that the retina fills in the movement?

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    1

    60

    12

    24

  • Question 11
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    If you were importing a bitmap image and wanted to create a new layer that could be named, which option would you choose?

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    Create Layer(s) based on filenames

    Create Layer(s)

    Keep as original bitmap

    Create Single Layer Named

  • Question 12
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    What does animating a camera do? Select all that apply.

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    Allows Color Correction

    Allows Virtual Trucking

    Allows Virtual panning

    Allows Virtual Zooming

    Changes the Field of View

  • Question 13
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    Select all the views you can use to select a layer

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    The drawing view

    The camera view

    The timeline view

    The node view

  • Question 14
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    What is the character model sheet used for?

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    Tracing the final characters in Harmony

    Copy-pasting the puppet into scenes

    To know how many characters are to be deigned for the production

    To be used as a design reference guide for you and other animators

  • Question 15
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    What is a matte?

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    The shape or opacity level of an element that can be used as a mask

    A solid coloured background that fits the camera view

    An element used to create a background

    An element that will be cut

  • Question 16
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    A flatline interpolation represents which of the following?

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    Ease ins and Ease outs

    Stop-motion keyframes

    Motion keyframes

    Multiple keyframes

  • Question 17
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    What is the Scene Settings dialog box used for?

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    Changing current scene's resolution and frame rate

    Changing default parameters for all scene settings

    Changing the scene from vector to bitmap

    Changing the scene's length and resolution

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