Computer Generated Animation
This course is full but sometimes we do have people that drop out or we run a second course if there is enough demand. It is definitely worth putting your name on the wait list as we offer places to wait listed children very often. Send your name and details to Patricia Morse and we will add your name to the waiting list.
This workshop will teach you to make computer-generated animation. You will be entering the world of CGI; learning how to in-between, morph, loop and merge. You will be using Adobe Flash - a computer program that has huge possibilities including games programming. The tutor will help you understand the basic principles and by the end of the day you will have your own CGI film.
You will also explore how animation works, characters design, movement and how to add music and voice to complete your film. Each student will have their own animation station and can make their own film, (although students often prefer to work in small groups).
Please bring a memory stick with you to take your films home on the day.
Start date: 10:00am, 19th May, 2019
End date: 4:00pm, 19th May, 2019
Location: Islington, South East / London
Masterclass year groups: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Masterclass leader: Simon Oatley
Bio: Simon is a qualified teacher with many years’ experience working in both primary and secondary schools running a wide variety of workshops. He has specialised in coding and animation. He has also made an animated series for TV and codes VR games. He has a current DBS and is trained in child protection.
Venue: The Film & Video Workshop @ Hungerford School
Address: Hungerford School, Hungerford Road, Islington, London, N7 9LF