Stop Motion Animation
Stop motion animation is animation that is captured one frame at time, with physical objects that are moved between frames. The basic process of animation involves taking a photograph of your objects or characters, moving them slightly, and taking another photograph. When you play back the images consecutively, the objects or characters appear to move on their own.
Keep these things in mind to help make the process go smoothly:
- Keep it simple – Don’t try ambitious models or backgrounds
- Small movements – A little goes a long way; use the onion-skinning option to see where the last frame was placed.
- Big features – Big eyes or ears on models are easy to move and animate, and show up well on film.
- Plan carefully – Make a storyboard before you animate.
- Assign roles – Modelers, clickers, spotters, movers; each group member should be responsible for a task.
Tips provided by http://www.jigsaweducation.com/4675.aspx Stop Motion Animation for the Classroom
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