by Sun and Sea Animation on Mar 25, 2010
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2.Do you remember those days ...
of childhood when we played with sand bread
3.Do you remember those days ...
of childhood when we played with Mud
4.Do you remember those days ...
of childhood when we played with Dol,Puppets
5.What is Stop-Motion ?
6. Stop-Motion is.....
7.History of Stop-Motion Animation
8.Appeal of the Medium
9.The Beginning of Stop-Motion Animation
10.The Role Of Stop-Motion in Animation Industry
11.What are the Different Types of Stop-Motion Animation?
Animation done using clay is called Claymation
Mostly it is been done by plasticine
(Plastic clay which does not dry off)
It is the art of making clay figures move, talk, sing, dance or whatever you imagine.
Figures and props are molded from clay and are then used to tell a story. Using stop motion photography or
a series of still pictures taken with a digital camera, the frames are then run together to produce an animation.
Pixilation (from pixilated) is a stop motion technique where live actors are used as a frame-by-frame subject in an animated film,
by repeatedly posing while one or more frame is taken and changing pose slightly before the next frame or frames.
The actor becomes a kind of living stop motion puppet. This technique is often used as a way to blend live actors
with animated ones in a film, such as in The Secret Adventures of Tom Thumb by the Bolex Brothers,
which used the technique to compelling and eerie effect.
is also known as sand art
an artist creates a series of images using sand
Using your HANDS to draw in sand on a lit
glass surface, called a light table.
Artists use positive and negative space.
Artist perform in front of an audience.
are usually a
Cutout animation is a unique technique for producing animations using flat characters,
props and backgrounds cut from materials such as paper, card,
stiff fabric or even photographs.
12.The Stop-Motion Industry
The Production Pipeline
Concept Art and Design
Sound Recording and Exposure Sheets
Desidning and Building Puppets and Sets
13.Mniature Worlds on Small Screen
Stop-Motion on the Small Screen
Jobs in Pre Production:
Designer Storyboard Artist
16.Creating Animation/What You Need
Digital SLR Cameras
17.Computer and Capture Card
Timing and Spacing
The Problem of Gravity
The Bouncing Ball
Overlaping Action and Follow-Through
The Animated Vine
Bouncing Ball With Pigtails
The 80-Frame Morph
Evolution of a Character With Doll Armatures
Building a Simle Latex Methods
Latex Build-up Puppets
Sets and Props
Setting the Stage
Securing the Set
Alternative Set Methods
Showing Your Stuff
Making a Film
Ideas and Film Types
Objects With Personality
Storyboarding and Editing
Getting it made
Personal Web Sites
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