CLAYMATION WORKSHOP 3: Image Capture
This is the third of four workshop sessions for the Claymation Animation series.
In this session, students will start photographing the progressive movements of the characters and props in their story at a frame rate of at least 15 frames per second (fps).
This workshop is recommended for kids who are 9 – 16 years of age.
Students who complete the Claymation animation requirements will earn a Claymation Animation badge from LRNG-KC:
The cost for all four sessions is $35.00 (plus Eventbrite fees). Here’s the full Claymation Animation workshop program:
Monday, February 6th: 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
- Making Pictures Move: Participants will be able to explain how “key framing” establishes the illusion of movement. The student will construct a “thaumatrope,” a simple flipbook and will be able to explain how animation is affected by different frame rates. Participants will also use digiSTORY KC’s story development model to create a storyboard.
Monday, February 13th: 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
- Stop-Motion Tools: Participants will be able to use a webcam and simple lighting with a laptop to capture their Claymation frames. Students will also be able to use Zu3D animation software to create their Claymation story. Students will work with teammates to create a storyboard of their Claymation story.
Monday, February 20th: 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
- Image Capture for Claymation: Students will be able to photograph the progressive movements of the characters and props in their story at a frame rate of at least 15 frames per second (fps).
Monday, February 27th: 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
- Editing & Publishing Claymation: Students will be able to use the features of the animation software to edit images, add sound effects or voiceovers, and edit the video timeline. Students will be able to add title frames to the beginning of their stories and crawling credits at the end of their stories. When the Claymation production piece is final, the student will be able to publish the story to digiSTORY KC’s YouTube Channel where links can be shared with family and friends.
Workshop Fee: $35.00 (plus Eventbrite fee) covers all four sessions. (Scholarships are available for kids from families facing financial hardship). By registering for the Session 1: Making Pictures Move session, you will automatically be registered for all four sessions.