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Art of Animation and Storytelling: Chalkboard Animation : Grade 2-5 (Day 3)

Today the kids were going to learn more about chalk board animation. The goal for today was to create an animation on the chalkboard and then transform it into a digital version. The setup: The classroom was set up with a camera and a chalkboard to capture and draw animations. Students had to draw the same theme and images from ...
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Art of Animation and Storytelling (Autumn Workshop Day 1)

“Making something non-movable move,” replied one of the students, when asked what they think animation is. With this began the exploration of the art of animation and storytelling for middle school students at Intersession. The 5-days workshop focuses on developing young animators for chalkboard animation. At the end of the workshop, students will be done with two individual animations and ...
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Art of Animation and Storytelling: Chalkboard Animation : Grade 2-5 (Day 1) Autumn 2015

In this week long workshop students will learn about the basics of animation – intro and history, and finally be able to create their own animation and make a storyboard around it. Introduction to Animation: The class started with students sharing out their favorite animation and cartoon characters. The instructor tested students on what they already knew. They then collectively agreed upon ...
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Animation Program: Foodie Doodle Doo (Day 3)

Animation program Day 3 started with a discussion on the “Father of Animation – Winsor Mccay”and the first animation movie ever created ” The Enchanted Drawing “.               The children completed their storyboard and its designing by day 2 and proceeded in making their own animation story by shooting frames with the instructor. Day 4 and Day 5 are going to be more ...
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Animation Program: Foodie Doodle Doo (Day 1)

Foodie Doodle Doo! Day 1 of animation started with watching some animation movies made using food materials such as bread , bread crumps, grains and sphagettis etc. The movies were shown to the kids to give them an idea of how they can create an animation movie using food materials and how they can create doodles with foodie things. Foodie doodle doo Then ...
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Toon Club’s Animation Program: Knock-Knock Lip Sync

Toon Club’s Animation Program Toon Club’s Animation Program Today, we worked on finishing our animations and adding some final touches. The kids colored their characters and backgrounds and made an end page.             The class ended by watching an animation clip named Come Take a Ride in my Airship by Max Fleischer. We also watched Disney’s Carnival Kid which is the first film ...
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Knock-Knock Lip Sync Workshop – Day 1

Knock-Knock lip sync workshop Day 1: Knock-Knock lip sync workshop Today, we continued our work with Knock-Knock animations. In yesterday’s class the kids had already marked the sound breakdown of their voice on their respective exposure sheets. They used this exposure sheet to figure out the characters mouth shape according to phonetics given in the sound breakdown.               They then took some ...
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Toon Club’s Animation Program: Knock-Knock Lip Sync

Toon Club’s Animation Program  Toon Club’s Animation Program The class started off with a brief introduction to check to see what background the kids had with animation. Some time was then spent to give an intro to animation. We learned that animation is the art of movement to give life to objects. We also discussed everyone’s favorite animation movies, popular ...
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Cutout Animation and Storytelling Workshop – Day 5

cutout animation Today the students began to film their stories. After they finished making their cut outs of character and their backgrounds they position the characters to take the first photo. The students were instructed to move their cutouts very slightly and take another picture. They kept doing this slowly acting out their story and taking picture of each small movement. By ...