Facilitator : Luce Pasquini
General public : Minimum Age 15 years
Registration at the FIFO office : firstname.lastname@example.org or 87 70 70 16 (Limited Number of Places)
Time : Friday to Saturday from 9:30 am to 12 pm, and from 2 pm to 4 pm
Place : To'ata Loge
15 people maximum
The stop motion workshop is returning to FIFO for the 3rd time after great success in previous years.
How do you create movement with stationary objects ? How do you animate a character to make it walk naturally? What accessories are required ?
All the answers are provided in the ‘Stop Motion’ workshop, presented by Luce Pasquini.
In many ways the concept resembles the cartoon production process : a scene is filmed with the aid of a camera capable of taking only a single image at a time. Between each image, the objects in the scene are moved slightly. When the film is projected at a normal speed, the scene appears animated.
Luce Pasquini suggests devoting the morning to discovering two user-friendly pieces of software : XnView for image retouching and Object2VR for editing.
In the afternoon, the participants along with the facilitator will devise and produce a stop motion animation together.
Luce Pasquini teaches Digital Art at the Centre for Arts and Crafts Professions in Tahiti. Following computer studies and multimedia creation, she became passionate about the world of digital arts. She was a trainer in the domain of these resolutely modern artistic practices for four years with the association ‘Kawenga – Territoires numériques’ in Montpellier. Stop Motion, infographics and interactive animation are several of many features in her lessons, making digital tools available to pupils introducing them to a new contemporary expression of Polynesian art.
Watch the Stop Motion FIFO 2014 results :
All necessary equiment will be loaned.
Please bring your ID.