A very famous artist explains you how to make your own animated movie in a few simple steps.
"Hold on, lemme take a skelfie." A skeleton waiting to scare people in the park decides to upload a new skelfie to favorite social media.
Lori Escobar’s animated short is part of a bigger project in planning featuring this skeleton on this setting of a park at night. Lori built the characters in rubber clay and constructed an elaborate set. iStopmotion is used to film the scenes with an iPhone 5 as the camera, a setup which Lori finds “really easy”. Adobe Premiere is used for post production and the effects are created in After Effects. Lori also wrote the music in Garage Band.
Stephen Coad created "A high speed police chase in a tiny world" with 1/76 scale cars and black sandpaper for a road.
Stephen is a fan of iStopMoption: "I love the ease of use of iStopMotion. It allows me to get on with making an animation without getting bogged down in the software."
The Goldfish Tales Animation Experience is a contest for stop motion films that gives you the chance to win $5,000! Create your animated movie using Goldfish crackers with your kids and submit your animation to the contest. The website features some ideas and a tutorial how to get started. Entries will be accepted until February 27, 2017
The Animation Chefs obviously had fun creating their Halloween stop motion movie. You can, too! Just follow their great animation tipps and get iStopMotion for iPad (now 50% off until Nov. 2nd, 2016) or iStopMotion for Mac (now 10% off until Nov. 2nd. 2016)