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Screenies Advanced Lego Animation Workshop (10yrs +)

Screenies Advanced Lego Animation Workshop (10yrs +)

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When:

  • Sun 20 Oct, 12:30pm – 2:30pm

Where:

TAPAC , 100 Motions Rd, Western Springs

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $32.50

An exciting opportunity to learn advanced animation principles with Lego with Guy Capper. (Numbers strictly limited)

This class is for students who have already animated and want to learn more advanced lego stop motion techniques.
In Lego Advanced class you will learn
*Walking lego mini figures
*Jumping Lego Mini Figures
*Flying Lego Mini figures using Green Screen

Will I need to bring anything? Bring along your iPad from home if you have one. Otherwise, iPads can be supplied to students who sign up.

If you are bringing an iPad, please download this free app:
Stikbot Studio: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/stikbot-studio/id995870996?mt=8

Guy Capper has been creating animations for over 20 years. His skills as an animator range from short films to award-winning commercials (the Hedgehog Speed Safety campaign). He has had over 20 years experience teaching adults and Kiwi kids the joys of claymation as well as Lego animation.

Guy has a focus to get straight into doing animations that get great results within a few hours using iPad and stop-motion software.

Testimonial:

"My name is Tim and I came to your animation workshop a few months ago at Screenies in Auckland. Just to let you know that I made an animation film like you taught me and I got a prize in the Outlook For Someday Film Competition. It's called Stuart the Penguin and you can see it on Stuff under entertainment/film section. Thanks for teaching me."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qh0Yd50EpOs&feature=youtu.be

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