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Wednesday film: The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore

Today’s mid-week break film won an Oscar for best animated short film in 2012. It uses a variety of animation methods, from hand-drawn and stop action to CGI, and it’s especially fun if you’re a bibliophile like me.


Twelve Principles of Animation: Key to Key and Frame to Frame 1

This video is present how one of the twelve principles of animation works which involves the use of both regular and key frame to present different types of movement within the animation for example Key to Key can be used for a fight scene because all the moments of the fight scene can be captured by using key frames, while frame to frame can be used for scene that involve maybe a character or object falling because the flow is better when played together. 61 more words


Twelve Principles of Animation: Frame to Frame and Key to Key Test

Here is the test for my first attempt at the Principle Frame to Frame and Key to Key:


Teach with animation: 3 effective animation tools for teachers

The TELiMed team recently attended an eLearning community event, titled ‘Moving Forward with Learning Technology’, which demonstrated just how easy, quick and effective it can be to use animation as a teaching tool.  384 more words


Anime Review: Parasyte The Maxim

Parasyte: The Maxim (寄生獣 セイの格率)
Alternatively: Kiseijuu: Sei no Kakuritsu

Genres: Action, Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi, Psyschological, Seinen

Parasyte: The Maxim is an anime adaption produced by Madhouse, based off the popular science-fiction horror manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Hitoshi Iwaaki. 698 more words