2D Animation: Easter Cards

Tue 03 Apr 2018 | 10am - 12.30pm (for ages 7 - 11) or 1.30 - 4pm (for ages 11 - 14) | £15*

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2D Animation: Easter Cards

Half Day Workshop

Use 2D cut out animation to bring to life your very own digital Easter card! These sessions are a fantastic introduction to 2D cut-out animation providing lots of creative fun for younger and older children.

Using a variety of pens and thin card you’ll design and animate a chick hatching out of its egg for the first time, rabbits hopping around or your own Easter creation. By drawing the design on thin card cutting it out to make it a 2D cut-out puppet. Then by learning the techniques of 2D cut-out animation you will be able to bring your own e-card to life though the wonder of animation. You will receive a copy of your Easter card to share with family and friends.

The first morning session is for those aged 7 – 11 years and the second session is for those aged 11 – 14 years, younger children are considered under parental supervision. Please bring along a packed lunch with you.

 

Professional Tutor

Graham has had over 16 years experience working in the 2D children’s Television animation industry and has worked on a number of shows made by Honeycomb Animation and King Rollo Films including Grizzly Tales for Gruesome Kids, Binka, Poppy Cat, Funky Valley and Funky Town. Both Funky shows where animated in a digital cut-out style.

Ashley’s short animated horrors ScarycrowThe Screaming Skull and The Hairy Hands have been screened across the world, winning numerous international awards. Ashley uses a wide array of animation techniques including rotoscoping, After Effects and stop motion and encourages those he teaches to experiment and rejoice in the form. He has also provided animated sequences for BBC Manchester and Derren Brown’s Trick of the Mind for Channel 4.

Venue: Exeter Phoenix


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