Poster for Animation Workshop

Animation Workshop

Sat, Aug 15
  • Sat, Aug 15
2:00 pm

Midnight weekend screenings happen on Friday & Saturday nights (meaning arrive on Friday and/or Saturday night by 11:45pm for seating, the movie starts after midnight)!

Run Time: 90 min.

Register for Workshop Here

Learn how to animate one frame at a time. In this online workshop, participants will use traditional materials to create short animations captured with Stop Motion Studio, a free animation program for Android/Apple smartphone or Tablet.
The Animation Workshop will be live using Zoom on August 15th at 2:00 pm EST. Small groups of All Ages will join an Hour in Half interactive session led by the animator Joshua Mulligan. The workshop’s goal is to provide a fun and supportive environment to excite and grow your creative spirit! Work alongside fellow artists. Benefit from asking questions in real-time, and meet other creatives to share your ideas.

Recommend Supplies:

Smartphone or Tablet with the Stop Motion Studio App pre-loaded.
3×5 Index Cards (or similar paper cut down to size)
8.5 by 11in copy paper or sketchbook paper
Pencil, Pencil Sharpener and Erasers
Colored Pencils or Crayons
Masking Tape or Clear tape
Markers and Ink Pens (Fine point Sharpie)
Scissors, Ruler, and Glue Stick
Binder Clips or Stapler
iPhone or Tablet holder/stand

 

More About Josh Mulligan

I am an animator who graduated from the College for Creative Studies in 2014. I primarily focus on creating animated films and digital illustrations. I enjoy developing the visual flow of movement and creating the structure to immerse the viewer in a whimsical imagination—the craft of making art in motion inspires most of my creations.

Along with producing art, I have also been instructing art workshops in the Detroit metropolitan area since 2010. The workshops that I provide focus on all the aspects of the animation production pipeline, drawing principles, and fundamental art-making skills. I like to teach art because encouraging others to create motives me never to stop creating.