Clay Stop Motion
Stop-motion animation (also called stop frame animation) is an animation that is captured one frame at a time, with physical objects that are moved between frames. When you play back the sequence of images rapidly, it creates the illusion of movement. If you understand how 2D drawn animation (early Disney) works, stop motion is similar, except using physical objects instead of drawings.
The basic process of animation involves taking a photograph of your objects or characters, moving them slightly, and taking another photograph. When you play back the images consecutively, the objects or characters appear to move on their own.
You see stop-motion animation all the time—in commercials, music videos, television shows and feature films—even if you don’t realize it. While it is common for people to think of stop-motion as just one specific style, such as clay animation, the reality is that stop-motion techniques can be used to create a wide range of film styles:
Stop motion animation also known as frame animation, the basic process of animation involves taking a photograph of objects or characters, moving them slightly, and taking another photograph via camera or computer application. By playing back the images consecutively, the objects or characters appear to move on their own.
On the first hour, the child will be given a worksheet to create a storyline for his animation video. We could do individual or group video. The following hours will be the making background, props and character for his/her video using plasticine, art paper, recycled materials, colours and etc.
This workshop will be completed in 6 hours in 2 or 3 classes.
All materials will be provided.
Date: 10 November 2018 onwards, Every Saturday and Sunday
Time: 12pm – 6pm
Fees: RM450 per pax
For ages: 7 – 18
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