Stop Motion Animation
with Jenae Hall
Learn how to make your own stop-motion models and animation.
In stop-motion animation, the illusion of movement is created by taking photographs of objects that are physically manipulated in small increments between each 'frame', so that they will appear to move when played back.
Jenae will bring along examples of characters and films she has made to help inspire you to make your own creation. Firstly, you will design and create characters using plasticine and lightweight wire armatures, and then bring your creation to life through animation. Everything will be provided.
Once the animation has been recorded, Jenae will complete the process at home, stitching your clip together and emailing it to you a few days later.
WHAT YOU'LL GET
A plasticine model of your own making
An animated clip you created during the workshop
The knowledge and experience necessary to continue animating at home
WHAT TO BRING
A notebook and pen
Character ideas for your animation
A container to take home your plasticine model
BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL.
Please book via the ticketing system below so that we know you are coming.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Jenae is a Hobart based animator with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Animation) from VCA who has written, directed and animated seven short films.
Her work has been screened in festivals all over the world, and won numerous awards.
Watch Film: Remaining Grandad