- 1038 days ago
Date: 23/06/2012 - 21/07/2012
Time: 9:00 - 11:00
A fantastic opportunity to learn everything you need to know about making an animated film using traditional techniques. Working in small groups, you will come up with your own stories and characters and learn how to make them move under the camera. You will be involved in all stages of the production of your film which will include: drawing storyboards; creating artwork; operating cameras and recording soundtracks.
Our animation projects are designed specifically to help students succeed in the creation of high quality animation work. These fun, practical sessions are led by trusted animators with the support of volunteers interested in developing their skills in the creative industries. All our members of staff and volunteers are CRB checked. Each workshop will have a maximum of 12 participants.
Upon completing this course, you will:
Know how to set up iStopMotion on a computer with an animation camera
Know how to capture basic stop motion animation
Be able to create a puppet designed from your own drawings
Be able to make an animated cut-out character
Understand how to apply realistic movement to an animated character
Be able to make backgrounds for your animations
Understand how to test puppet movements
Know how to perform basic editing and how to produce sound effects
Be able to make a short film
No previous animation experience is necessary. Students should be fluent in English and aged between 10 and 16 years of age.
BAFTA-winning Kevin Griffiths has many years of experience working with stop frame animation. He has directed three series of 'The Old Bear', 'Bob the Builder' and 'El Nombre'. Kevin is an accomplished puppet maker and puppeteer and is an expert in building models using armatures and aluminium wire.
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