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 Lecture 14: Pixilation Animation


Introduce: Pixelation Assignment


Neighbours, Norman McLaren (8:07)

Her Morning Elegance, Oren Lavie (3:36)

The Gloaming, Andrew Thomas Huang (02:55)

The Making of "Frictions" (1:06)

Frictions (4:02)

MIRAGE vintage pixilation (04:49)


Project Examples:

Tony vs Paul, Tony Fiandaca & Paul Cummings (5:03)

Student work: Car Pool, Kat Kosey (00:39)

Human stop motion by Aaron Hughes (05:31)

Inclass Exercise:

1. In your group, test the pixilation technique by having each person do something as it is recorded using the camera remote - shot by shot.

2. Plan the performance for the following week - each person must have a role. Organize who will bring in props if necessary.

Roles of Group members:

Director - tells others what to do
Script Writers - come up with the script (what the concept is) - all should contribute to the idea development
Editor - After Effects editing
Actors - all can be actors or a subset of the group can act it out
Cameraman/woman - take the shots