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An explanation of the process of my first animation

An explanation of the process of my first animation

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  • 1. “A Paper’s Turn AtSelf-Improvement”
    From Concept To Reality
  • 2. Design Concept
    The goal was to transform a 2D thing into a 3D object.
    Synopsis: The piece of paper doesn’t like how it looks, and makes the decision to improve its appearance.
    The animation represents a combination of fine art (origami & photography) and computer design (Final Cut Pro).
  • 3. Background/Research
    I got into origami because it’s an accessible and cheap art form.
    No need for special tools or materials. Just your hands and scrap paper.
  • 4. Storyboards
    Page 1
    Page 2
    Page 3
    Page 4
    The flip book helped me learn how to make an
    image grow from a background and recede into
    it.
    I incorporated it into my animation.
  • 5. Conclusion
    My fine art skills have successfully come together with digital technology, which is new for me.
    If I could move forward, I would continue trying stop-motion animation with other origami projects, just to see their transformation from paper to sculture.

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