A Family Day Special!
This workshop requires Internet Access and will take place via Google Hangouts. A webcamera and microphone is encouraged but not required. We request in advance that if headphones will not be used, that you keep your microphone muted between questions and comments you may wish to share with the instructor.
- Two bricks of Plasticine/Modelling Clay (any color)
- Random found objects (examples: felt, wood, buttons, rice, etc). Click here for More Examples!
- Cheap construction paper
- A tripod or box to hold your camera/phone
Optional Materials include:
Water colours or gouache
- 8″ x 10″ Plexi glass sheet
- Light box (or equivalent)
Please be aware that the optional materials may or may not be utilized within the class pending on the pace and familiarity of Stop Motion Animation with all class participants.
About the Instructor
BRYCE HALLETT is a Toronto based independent animator with over 20 years of experience. He is a graduate of Classical Animation at Sheridan College, Graphic design at Canadore College and studied Film and TV production at Humber College. His freelance career spans the gamut of creating animation and motion graphics for documentaries, Tv commercials, educational films, sketch comedy, music videos and the odd video game App. In addition to animating he enjoys sharing his expertise teaching courses and workshops at various institutions including The Toronto Animated Image Society, Teletoon, Sheridan College, Seneca College and OCAD University.
He is the illustrator of the book “ Animation Unleashed: 100 Principles Every Animator, Comic Book Writer, Filmmaker, Video Artist and Game Developer Should Know”, written by Ellen Besen. Currently they are working on the second edition expected out some time next year.