About Animation

Following are some of the multiple choice questions on the Animation with answers that will help the students in developing their knowledge.

Animation MCQ

1. Why do animators use storyboards?

  • To show off
  • No reason, just for fun
  • To sell to collectors
  • To help them plan their animation

2. Where can you find more detailed information about a symbol or movie clip you’ve just made?

  • Bin Window
  • Library Window
  • Properties Window
  • Audio Effects Pallet

3. What function allows you to add a graphic to the library?

  • Break Apart
  • Free Transform
  • Group
  • Convert to Symbol

4. What does FPS stand for?

  • Frames Per Scene
  • Frame Professional Standards
  • Frames Per Second
  • Frame Professional Scenes

5. A _________ is an animated file that contains multiple pictures that create movement in a loop.

  • Frame
  • 3D Animation
  • Gif
  • Sprite

6. ______________ is an option in animation that allows you to see through several frames at one time.

  • Layer
  • Onion Skin
  • 2D Animation
  • Stop Motion Animation

7. A bitmap graphic that is designed to be part of a larger scene is called a ____________ .

  • Sprite
  • Layer
  • Animation
  • Frame

8. A _____________ is an individual picture or drawing in a sequence of slides that create animation.

  • Layer
  • Sprite
  • Canvas
  • Frame

9. The area where you draw your pictures is also known as a _______________ .

  • Frame
  • Canvas
  • Sprite
  • Onion Skin

10. "Claymation" movies like Chicken Run use ________________, which is an animation technique in which objects are physically moved in small increments between individually photographed frames to create motion.

  • Sprite
  • 3D Animation
  • Stop Motion Animation
  • 2D Animation

11. In _______________ , a character model is basically given a skeleton that can be digitally manipulated using computer software to create motion.

  • 3D Animation
  • 2D Animation
  • Stop Motion Animation
  • Layering

12. In ________________ , a large amount of illustrations or drawings are required as every frame needs to be drawn to create motion.

  • 2D Animation
  • 3D Animation
  • Sprites
  • Stop Motion Animation

13. In animation, a _____________ represents a different level of depth on which you place your drawings.

  • Frame
  • Canvas
  • Gif
  • Layer

14. _______________ is created when images or objects are manipulated to appear as though they are moving pictures.

  • Canvas
  • Layer
  • Animation
  • Frame

15. If you _____ your layers you won't accidentally edit them

  • Lock
  • Delete
  • Hide
  • F6

16. ________ is a way of seeing what was in the frame before the one you are on

  • Onion Skinning
  • Keyframing 
  • Drawing 
  • Making a circle

17. A _____ tween is a way of creating multiple movements in one tween

  • Motion
  • Classic
  • Individual
  • Seperate

18. You can use multiple layers to help organise your animation better

  • True
  • False

19. To undo an action you've just done you can use

  • CTRL  Z
  • ALT Y
  • Backspace
  • Enter

20. Timeline

  • Organizes and controls the content over time using layers & frames.
  • A feature that enables you to view the contents of multiple frames.
  • A frame used to specify a change in the animation.
  • A graphic representation of a drawing.

21. The term "Cel" in cel animation comes from:

  • the clear celluloid sheets that were used for drawing each frame
  • an abbreviation of the phrase “composite element"
  • the concept of each action in a sequence being a separate element or “cell”

22. The series of frames in between the first and last frames in an action are drawn in a process called

  • morphing
  • moving
  • tweening (in-betweens)
  • compression

23. Which of the following is the act of making something come alive.

  • Animation
  • Zooming
  • Tweening
  • Tweening

24. What is the process of creating animated images using computer graphics?

  • Computer Animation
  • Stage
  • Animatic
  • Arts

25. Which of the 7 steps of The Process of Animation is used to create the story?

  • Concept
  • Storyboard & Inspirational Art
  • Voice Recording
  • Drawings

26. Which of the following is a type of animation?

  • Traditional
  • Live-action
  • Camera

27. What does 2D mean?

  • two differences
  • two drawings
  • two dimensional

28. What will this tool do?

  • Free Transform
  • Move the Image
  • Delete the tween
  • Create a frame

29. Frame rate is...

  • The speed at which frames progress in an animation
  • Cost per frame of the movie
  • The movie rating
  • Total length of the animation

30. .......is a location on a timeline which marks the beginning or end of a transition / a place where SOMETHING happens

  • frame
  • tween
  • keyframe
  • motion tween

31. The first CGI feature-length movie to gross more than $1 billion

  • Up
  • Avatar
  • Toy Story 3
  • Finding Dory

32. When preparing a multimedia or animation project, what is the first step? This process insures that both you and the client understand each other and agree on the scope of the project.

  • Develop the Story
  • Client Meeting
  • Create a Storyboard
  • Plan for Audio

33. Which of these was "the first all-animated full-length feature film in English?"

  • Snow White
  • Toy Story
  • Star Wars
  • Luxo Jr.

34. Which of these was "the first completely computer animated full-length feature film?"

  • Snow White
  • Toy Story
  • Star Wars
  • Luxo Jr.

35. Which of these is the most common type of animation used today?

  • traditional (cel) animation
  • 2D animation
  • computer animation
  • motion graphics
  • stop motion animation

36. Which of these is the older version of animation?

  • traditional (cel) animation
  • 2D animation
  • computer animation
  • motion graphics
  • stop motion animation

37. Which of these short films had a character that is now used as Pixar's logo?

  • Steamboat Willie
  • The Adventures of André & Wally B.
  • Luxo Jr.
  • Gertie the Dinosaur

38. Which of these were NOT one of the people that started Pixar?

  • Steve Jobs
  • John Lasseter
  • Ed Catmull
  • Walt Disney

39. The movie Chicken Run was created using this animation technique, and it really shows by how the characters look.

  • flipbook animation
  • stop-motion animation
  • claymation animation
  • whiteboard drawing animation

40. Many of the scenes in the original Star Wars movies were created using small props on a table that were moved or knocked over. What type of animation does this illustrate?

  • stop-motion animation
  • claymation animation
  • flipbook animation
  • whiteboard drawing animation

41. A technique used in animation to bring still objects to life on screen by moving the object slightly one frame at-a-time.

  • stop-motion animation
  • claymation animation
  • flipbook animation
  • whiteboard drawing animation

42. Which type of animation is drawn on separate pages and then flicked through

  • Flipbook
  • Flash Animation
  • CGI Animation 
  • Cel Animation

43. What is CGI?

  • Comic Generated Images
  • A ratings board
  • A government agency
  • Computer Generated Images

44. In Adobe Animate, what does it mean to create animation for changes in position on the Stage and for changes in size, color, or other attributes?

  • Motion Tweens
  • Tweening
  • Frames
  • Keyframe

45. When preparing a multimedia or animation project, what is the fourth and final step? This is when the animator decides if the project includes narration, dialog, and/or music.

  • Client Meeting
  • Develop the Story
  • Create a Storyboard
  • Plan for Audio

46. When preparing a multimedia or animation project, what is the third step? This involved the director working with story artists to flesh out the story.

  • Client Meeting
  • Develop the Story
  • Create a Storyboard
  • Plan for Audio

47. When preparing a multimedia or animation project, the second step is what? This step is critical as it is when the audience is identified, as well as the character design.

  • Develop the Story
  • Client Meeting
  • Create a Storyboard
  • Plan for Audio

48. In Adobe Animate, what is the rectangular area where content such as graphics are displayed?

  • Stage
  • Timeline
  • Frames
  • Keyframe

49. In Adobe Animate, what is a set of codes used to format online content?

  • HTML
  • Markup Language
  • Bitmap
  • GIF

50. In Adobe Animate, what is the element used to organize and control the movement of objects over time?

  • Stage
  • Playhead
  • Timeline
  • Flash

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