Daniel Muñóz is a character animator, and in this presentation he explains the main principles and techniques required to produce animation work that manages to suck viewers in. (in English)
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BY SEBASTIAN ALVAREZ
@ VOL 14
ON FEB 28, 2012
Sebastian loves animation, and that could help explain how he ended up becoming an animator. He uses this presentation to describe the main principles behind animation, and shows how all animated forms (2D, CG) can be used to tell stories in original and creative ways. (in English)
BY MHAIRI TOWLER
@ VOL 4
ON NOV 06, 2012
Mhairi Towler is founder and creative director of the animation production company, Vivomotion, based in Dundee. The company offers a service of bespoke animations for scientific communication. Mhairi integrates a background in science with animation skills in order to use visual and 3D methodologies to communicate science to a wider audience.
In her presentation, Mhairi explains how she has combined her passion for science and animation together into her business, Vivomotion.
Tips for Stop Motion That Also Apply to Everyday Life
BY ABI LAUREL
@ VOL 102
ON APR 24, 2013
Abi Laurel loves producing stop motion animation, and in her presentation she uses the things she's learned through that work as the basis for tips that are useful for both stop motion and everyday life.
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How I 3D Printed An Adapter For A Radioactive WW2 Aerial Reconnaissance Lens And Managed To Stay Fertile
BY PATRICK LETOURNEAU
@ VOL 14
ON MAY 16, 2013
Patrick Letourneau is a 3D artist living and working in Winnipeg. In this presentation he recounts the story of how he made a working box camera with a radioactive WW2 reconaissance lens, a 3D printer, and some wood. He also shares some of the the photos he took with it.