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Scratch Camp Part 2: Coding and Animation - Animating Motion
This class will introduce students to motion techniques based on animation principles. Students will animate fluid and dynamic movements that integrate with the gaming background.
US Grade 3 - 6
Beginner - Intermediate Level
This is a 3-Day Series. Students will meet 3 times to complete Part 2. Basic computer skills like typing, opening and closing programs, saving and exporting files, and mouse maneuvering are prerequisites. For students who have no coding and animation experience, it is required that they have completed Series Part 1 before they join this class. Please see link below: Part 1: Fundamentals for...
Through learning about the major principles of animation and applying them with their favorite characters, students will garner an appreciation for the nuances of animation like smooth movement and creative perspectives in drawing to make scenes look more engaging, as they do simple exercises to create original work through problem solving and practice.
Teacher Brittany is a professional artist and illustrator. She holds a BA in Arts with a concentration on Visual Technology. She also gained valuable industry experience as Technology Lead and Animation Instructor at art schools. She has worked as a freelance concept artist and illustrator in game design. She utilizes a background in comics, storyboarding and animation to bring creative concepts to life. With a strong background in traditional and digital painting, Brittany is currently teaching a wide variety of classes in various mediums to merge her love for illustration, painting and game development. For more information on Young Art teachers go to: https://outschool.com/teachers/Young-Art-instructors
Hardware: Students will need two devices. One will be used to view the class on Outschool (can be a phone) and the other device will be needed to code. The second device must have a keyboard. Software: Scratch (in browser with account or free desktop download) Students are encouraged to create a Scratch browser account (https://scratch.mit.edu) beforehand or download the desktop version and get comfortable with locating and opening the program to get ready for the first class. It is recommended that students create a folder for saving projects onto their computers or thumbdrives for use as a "backup" instead of saving projects online only.
2 hours 45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental permission is required to create Scratch accounts for children under 13.
At Young Art we believe in passion, creativity, and the power of education. Our team is committed to inspiring the next generation of young artists, designers, and entrepreneurs to be bold innovators by providing creative and enriching...
$60for 3 classes
3x per week, 1 week
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(3)
Completed by 16 learners
Live video meetings
2-8 learners per class