Paint on Glass Animation
Paint-on-glass animation is a technique for making animated films by manipulating slow-drying oil paints on an underlit sheet of glass.
This is a weekly Saturday animation workshop for children, and a part of our ‘Toon In On Saturdays’ program.
Group size is small (max 6 participants per batch); allowing each child to derive maximum hands-on experience in the wonderful medium of animation and this unique animation technique.
Dates: 8th Feb – 7th March 2020 (5 sessions/10 hours)
Fees: Rs 6600/- (inclusive of all animation material)
Benefits for Students
Research shows that Animation appeals to multiple intelligences and a broad variety of learners. Creating a animation movie allows students to use their artistic and creative talents to communicate and tell a story.
- Creative Writing and Language skills are engaged while writing the script. Principles of storytelling, story structure, characters and settings help children express themselves and experiment.
- Mathematical, logical, and spatial skills are used in organizing the visual project, sequencing the frames, timing and spacing drawings.
- Science and Physics: Children apply the laws of the natural world to their animation. Persistence of vision, cameras /projection technology, laws of movement, velocity, gravity and metamorphosis are scientific principles that children are exposed to while understanding the principles of animation.
- Art and Creativity is encouraged when students draw and animate their stories applying aesthetic principles of design, composition, contrast and visual symbols.
- Motor skills: hand-eye coordination and the ability to repeat a drawing.