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Animation Lab for Kids: Fun Projects for Visual Storytelling and Making Art Move - From cartooning and flip books to claymation and stop-motion movie making

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In Animation Lab for Kids, arts educators Laura Bellmont and Emily Brink of The Good School present exciting art projects that teach kids how to create engaging visuals and tell stories using a variety of animation techniques.

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A concise overview of the animation process, from conceptualizing, designing, and scripting a film to basic tools, supplies, an
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Paperback, 144 pages
Published October 1st 2016 by Quarry Books
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May Massijeh
Jan 01, 2018 rated it really liked it
This guide is a helpful tool with many creative options to help art educators or community organizers introduce stopmotion animation to children of different ages. There are a few interesting tricks that I will definitely add to my bag of skills.
Marcia
Jul 30, 2017 rated it it was amazing
A terrific guide for those looking to get started in animation. Step-by-step labs explore different techniques for stop motion. While the book is written for parents or teachers, older kids could easily access it.
I've done a lot of stop motion with students using the iMotion app on the iPad and I know how much kids enjoy this type of creation. This book introduced some new techniques that will bring us to the next level. It is a wonderful resource!

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Jules
Nov 20, 2018 rated it really liked it
I think this book gives folks a perfect introduction to stop-motion animation--the sections are super straightforward and easy to understand and includes some super basic tricks for magical-looking effects. I used it as a guide for a workshop I led, and it worked perfectly.
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Good overview of types of animation, but links/ QR codes to examples extrapolated from the book would have brought it to life.
Denese Anderson
May 20, 2018 rated it really liked it
Good overview and interesting techniques. I would have liked links to see some of the projects created.
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