Mixed Media Animation

Elective Courses

CINE 289 - Mixed Media Animation

FNAR 289
401 |Joshua Mosley |MW 9am-12pm |ADDM 106

Mixed Media Animation is a contemporary survey of stop-motion animation concepts and techniques. Students use digital SLR cameras, scanners and digital compositing software to produce works in hand-drawn animation, puppet and clay animation, sand animation, and multiplane collage animation. Screenings and discussions in the course introduce key historical examples of animation demonstrating how these techniques have been used in meaningful ways. Students then learn how to composite two or more of these methods with matte painting, computer animation or video.

prerequisites: FNAR 123 & FNAR 264

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Cinema Studies Program
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