Coding & Tech
Let's Get Started: Stop-Motion Animation for Beginners
Create movies and wow others by making all your favorite toys, figures, and LEGO come alive using stop motion animation with your smart phone or tablet!
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Learn to create unique and personalized movies and clips from your own phone or tablet using the Stop Motion Pro app! Student will learn how to give life-like movements to their toys and other objects, add voice over, and add graphic edits to their films. Each student will have the opportunity to share the items they have chosen to star in their film with the class. I will walk the students through creation in a step-by-step process, teach how to use the basic functions of the filming...
Students Will learn how to: 1. Manually set up the program settings based on their lighting and depth of field. 2. Set the stage for their movie scene props and figures. 3. Efficient shooting practices. 4. Post production editing, such as voice overs and adding graphics. 5. Ready your movie to wow your friends.
1 file available upon enrollmentWe will be using the application Stop Motion Studio Pro that can be purchased for $4.99 in your mobil device's App Store. Please have it purchased and loaded on their device prior to class starting. Please have your student bring at least one toy or figurine that they would like to have come alive as well as any props they would like to include.
Your student will not be required to show their filming progress. But, the more they participate and ask questions the more capable they will be post-class to continue making their films. Their excitement to continue filming that you see after the class will be the best way to measure their success in the classroom.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Brenton FisherEducator, Pokémon Trainer, Lego Master
535 total reviews
430 completed classes
My name is Brenton (Machete Ninja Star) Fisher. Galaxy defending archaeologist, cowboy and raptor trainer! I have a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and have been educating elementary age children and teenagers online for six years. I have...