The module covers 3 stop motion techniques: Object, Clay & Pixilation. This course also covers use of softwares such as Dragonframe & alternative software, Stop Motion Studio, Handbrake software, Wire armature, Editing & Production.
Mar. 21, 28
09:00 - 18:30
Identify the terms, techniques, and methods used in developing stop motion animation projects such as object, clay & pixilation;
Learn how to use Dragonframe, Stop Motion Studio & Handbrake software
Learn the basic workflow or production pipeline
Produce a one-minute project that demonstrate the student’s mastery of skill and techniques covered
Introduction to Stop Motion
Stop Motion Softwares
Animated Motion Principle
Basic Film Terms & Basic Film Language
Composition & Lighting
“Stop Motion Object Animation”
15 second exercise
15 second exercise
1 minute exercise
Making Wire Armature
Walk cycle exercise
Editing your animation
Presentation of Story/Ideas for final Project
Shooting of Final Project
(One minute experimental animation)
has worked variously as director, animator, film editor, sound recordist and art director on short and feature films, and documentaries. He began to make films while studying architecture at the University of Santo Tomas, and made experimental films at a workshop by German filmmaker Christoph Janetzko.
His representative work Sa Maynila, won the Best Documentary award at the 3rd Gawad CCP para sa Alternatibong Pelikula at Video in 1989, and Best Student Film Documentary at the 8th FAP Student Motion Picture Awards in 1990.
He directed the documentary films on Philippine National Artists Arturo Rogerio Luz and Maestro Lucio San Pedro. He is a board member of the Animation Council of the Philippines (ACPI) and the Samahan ng mga Filipinong Arkivista para sa Pelikula (SOFIA). He is currently the Audiovisual Archive Head at MOWELFUND and teaches part time at the College of Saint Benilde, School of Design & Arts, handling Experimental Animation and Scriptwriting for Animation.
He received a SEAPAVAA Fellow award at the 21st Southeast Asia-Pacific Audiovisual Archive Association Conference held in Manila last April 2017.
John Paul Bonoan
has worked variously as animator, storyboard artist and video editor on short and web series. His experimental film The Ditch, won Best Animated Short Film Student Category award and Best Technical Excellence at Animahenasyon 2013. He also won Best Animation by Alumnus award at Benilde Animation Festival 2016.
He has worked as a stopmotion animator under the production of Indie Pop Films for LEGO: The Build Zone web series, which was shown on the official Youtube channel of LEGO. He is currently teaching part time at the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, School of Design & Arts, handling Experimental Animation and Flash Animation.
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