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by Martin Sercombe,Britta Pollmüller

Download The Teachers' Animation Toolkit eBook
ISBN:
1441145257
Author:
Martin Sercombe,Britta Pollmüller
Category:
Graphic Design
Language:
English
Publisher:
Continuum; 1 edition (November 3, 2011)
Pages:
192 pages
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1246 kb
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1600 kb
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The teachers’ animation toolkit, Britta Pollmüller and Martin Sercombe.

The teachers’ animation toolkit, Britta Pollmüller and Martin Sercombe. p. cm. ISBN 978-1-4411-4525-3–ISBN 978-1-4411-4796-7– ISBN 978-1-4411-3107-2 1. Animated films–Study and teaching (Secondary) 2. Animation (Cinematography)–Study and teaching (Secondary) I. Sercombe, Martin.

The Teachers' Animation Toolkit is an imaginative and invaluable resource, rich with exercises and information

The Teachers' Animation Toolkit is an imaginative and invaluable resource, rich with exercises and information. This new book for teachers is grounded in two things: firstly, a belief in the inherent power of animation activities to transform the experience of learning across the curriculum and, secondly, a sense of the form itself, its history and development. Its authors clearly care about the medium and have provided a range of resources and support for teachers and learners to get started.

The Teachers' Animation Toolkit (Paperback). Martin Sercombe (author), Britta Pollmuller (author)

The Teachers' Animation Toolkit (Paperback). Martin Sercombe (author), Britta Pollmuller (author).

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After a short introduction to flip book animation and a basic description of the most effective tools and materials necessary to. .The Teachers' Animation Toolkit by Britta Pollmuller, Martin Sercombe (Paperback, 2011).

After a short introduction to flip book animation and a basic description of the most effective tools and materials necessary to begin, Flipping Out: The Art of Flip Book Animation guides readers through the brainstorming and storyboarding process, a process similar to that of modern animated shorts. Aspiring cartoonists are then introduced to a unique, animated drawing style, starting with pencil and then graduating to colored pencil, ink, and watercolor.

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From teaching basic flip-book animation right through to producing an animated film, there are drawing templates for . Britta Pollmüller is Director of Media Projects East and Lecturer in Animation and Games Art and Design.

This practical, cross-curricular resource is particularly suitable for use with students aged 11-16, although many of the activities can be adapted for older or younger students. Martin Sercombe is founding director of Media Projects East in the UK.

Martin Sercombe, Britta Pollmuller. This is a complete resource jam packed with activity ideas, practical guidance and online resources for teaching 2D and 3D animation. Including animation in your classroom can: improve literacy and numeracy; develop critical thinking, communication and problem-solving skills; and, enhance teamwork and negotiation. Animation is a playful medium. It takes the diversity, excitement and mystery of the world and gives vivid life to what we experience

Including animation in your classroom can: • improve literacy and numeracy• develop critical thinking, communication and problem-solving skills• enhance teamwork and negotiation• encourage creativity

This toolkit, together with an extensive companion website, will give you the confidence to use animation in your classroom. From teaching basic flip-book animation right through to producing an animated film, there are drawing templates for the less confident artists and tried-and-tested schemes of work, plus advice on how to use animation equipment and what technology and software is available.

This practical, cross-curricular resource is particularly suitable for use with students aged 11-16, although many of the activities can be adapted for older or younger students. It can be used in Art, Media Studies, ICT and many other subjects to engage learners of all styles and abilities.