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Have you ever wondered how animated cartoons are made without computers? Then you will probably have lots of fun in this hands-on workshop! We create a complete cartoon animation, and everyone contributes an original animated scene.
Randy James, MEd
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Once per week
over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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This workshop is for strong beginners and intermediate-level learners, and requires some previous animation experience. Students develop cartoon characters, storyboards, and contribute animated sequences from a "shot-list" created by the group. Students learn the fundamentals of traditional cartoon animation by hand-animating their own repeating sequences. The teacher demonstrates techniques such as; keyframing, squash-and-stretch, anticipation, and full-motion "cycles". Weekly Class...
- Students learn to create original cartoon character designs, storyboards, and hand-drawn animated sequences - During brainstorming sessions students contribute verbal and illustrated responses to generate character ideas, names, and story plots - Through classroom activities, students learn to array of traditional animation production techniques which include: lighting, image registration, frame-rates, and editing - Using traditional storyboarding techniques, students practice how to quickly communicate their concepts and contributions - With practice, students demonstrate the practical use of animated "cycles", "squash-and-stretch", "anticipation", "gravity", and "implied motion"
There can be approximately 1-3 hours of optional drawing and animation homework per week (depending upon each student's interest and motivation). Please enjoy these animated short films which inform the general style of hand-drawn animation presented in this workshop: https://youtu.be/cEypQl-zIsY "Flip's Lunchroom" https://youtu.be/ga64tiJuDL4 "Village Smithy" https://youtu.be/I8O-caLwoTw "Skeleton Frolic"
Required Materials - Lots of white A4 printer paper - Pencils and erasers - Thick black pens and Sharpies - Colored markers - Paper "hole-punch" or similar office tool - Homemade light table (box/plexiglass) or tablet glowing background Optional - Basic smartphone or tablet with camera - tripod for smart devices - Free “Flip-a-Clip” or "Stop Motion Studio" app This is a live class, and the instructor uses a 2-camera system to feature specific illustration styles and techniques. Students are encouraged (within reason!) to spontaneously interact with the instructor and others during most exercises, and this workshop should be be interactive and lively.
Final project presentation
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Randy James, MEd
Creativity Coach, Cartoonist, Animator, Word-Nerd
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
74 total reviews
164 completed classes
Randy James, MEd Creativity Coach, Cartoonist, Animator, Word-Nerd Hi, please call me Randy! As a college professor of game design and animation I mentored the artistically gifted for over 20 years. I have a Master's Degree in education and...