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Name A B C D E F G H Nur Safinas Bt Baharudin @ @ @ Ong Maggie @ @ @ Shazarina Zaitie Bt Harulhisam @ @ @ Yab Li Yu @ @ @ (A) Graphic Artist This person develops the graphic element of the animation such as backgrounds, props and figurines. She also responsible for handling things that happens on the sets. (B) Storyboard Artist This person illustrates the drawings including the dialogues and camera shot of the animation. She will make sure that the production of the video is according to the storyboard. (C) Project Manager This person manages the animation production of the required deliverables. She also helps in planning and monitoring the animation production. She also distributes the tasks to each of the production team member. (D) Video Editor This person responsible for assembling recorded raw material into finished animation. She will collect all the camera footage and videos, then edit them using editing software thus produces the final product. (E) Animator Responsible for adjust and decide next position of the figurines.
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4 (F) Documentationist Responsible for report writing. (G) Script Writer Responsible for the story. Express the idea of the story to the audience, (H) Cameraman Responsible for photo shooting which is needed in animation.
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2.0 STORYLINE 2.1 BEGINNING The animation started with two students (Ali and Abu) who were having a recess time. As they were eating, the rubbish was increasing slowly indicates that they were littering. Then, the teacher saw their behaviour, hence she scolded them. 2.2 RISING ACTION Next, Ali and Abu went to the field to play football after school. The field was filled will a lot of rubbish. However, Ali and Abu kept playing football happily regardless of the dirty environment. 2.3 CLIMAX After playing for a while, Ali was tired. He drank some water under a tree and throw the bottle directly onto the ground without feeling guilty. Then, he fell asleep. He dreamed all the rubbish turned into the monsters and were trying to eat and attack him. 2.4 FALLING ACTION Ali was awake after a ball hit his head. He then realised that he made a mistake by throwing rubbish everywhere and did not throw it into the bin.
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