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Stop Motion Animation
Transcript of Stop Motion Animation
What is Stop Motion
-Stop motion animation has been around for a long time, almost as long as traditional film-making.
-Originally, stop motion involved animating objects which included the movement of any "non-drawn" objects such as toys, blocks or any rigid inanimate object.
Evolution of Stop Motion
-Early on, animators started experimenting with clay and puppets to use in their animations.
-Some early examples of stop motion films and techniques can be seen in the "The Humpty Dumpty Circus" (1898) and in "Fun in a Bakery Shop" (1902). In 1912 one of the first clay animation movies using stop motion was released to great critical acclaim.
-Ever since the early 20th century, stop-motion is rarely used. Children's TV shows/movies were the most popular uses of stop motion as seen in Gumby.
-With the development of digital 3D animation, animating a 3D character in a film has become much easier and faster, which is favored by the industry. 3D animation allows unreal characters to seem to be alive.
Stop Motion in the
How to make a Stop Motion Video
1. Have an idea!
2. Create a storyboard for your idea
3. Create your series of photograph stills for each small movement or change in your story
(remember about 10 individual pictures is 1 second)
4. Upload your photos in Movie Maker and start arranging them into the correct order
5. Adjust picture length accordingly
6. Add appropriate music to enhance emotion or intent.
What is a
A sequence of drawings, typically with some directions and dialogue, representing the shots planned for a movie or television production.
Part 1- With a partner, create a Mini-Movie experimenting with stop motion techniques.
Part 2- Create a full-length movie that is
1 minute in length.
~Your video can have any story line you want! Think outside of the box to create a unique and one-of-a-kind stop motion video!