Stop Motion Animation is a unique, creative learning tool that provides narrative experiences for students and empowers them to create stories in a natural way. It enhance speaking, listening, reading, writing, and comprehension skills.
Stop motion animation (also called stop frame animation) is animation that is captured one frame at time, with physical objects that are moved between frames. When you play back the sequence of images rapidly, it creates the illusion of movement. If you understand how 2D drawn animation (early Disney) works, stop motion is similar, except using physical objects instead of drawings.
- Writing the storyline and dialogues file.
- Creating a storyboard.
- Designing the set and scenes.
- Dressing up the characters.
- Setting up the camera and lights.
- Capturing the frames.
- Editing the movies.
- Adding sound and visual effects.
- Compiling the movie.