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  • 1.  For the statistics about youths we wanted to use the hood to represent the percentage of the population. To do this I first took our research statistics and put them into Microsoft Excel. I then worked out what he best percentage and number of animated people would be best to use.
  • 2.  The next stage was to create the people themselves. I did this by using two separate shape tools. The circle for the head and rounded rectangle for the body. To then form the hood I used various sized semi circles.
  • 3.  We then had 20 un-hooded cartoons to represent 100% The hoods then appeared subsequently according to the percentage of youths in the statistic.
  • 4.  To get the effect I replicated the original twenty times. I then worked out what number of hood I needed to ascertain the correct percentage and inserted the required number of hoods. To make them appear gradually I used the smaller hood first and graduated the size so they appear to be going up. I used key frames in premier to regulate the speed and timings of the rising.

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