Animation Workshop / 16 December 2021 3pm – 4pm

$15.00$25.00

SPEAKER: Lachlan Pendragon

Look behind the scenes of a current stop motion short film and take a walk through the various stages of a stop motion production from the idea creation to the finished animation. These stages include:

  • Story development 
  • Building miniature sets and puppets
  • Animating the characters in stop motion
  • and lastly using editing software for things like visual effects and compositing everything together

And exciting journey into discovering more about stop motion!

Lachlan is a writer, director, animator based in Brisbane, Australia. He specialises in the antiquated artform of stop motion film making where real-world materials are turned into miniature sets and puppets that are painstakingly brought to life by hand one frame at a time. Lachlan enjoys its unique creative environment and endeavours to tell new and exciting stories through the medium of stop motion. Lachlan is currently completing a Doctor of Visual Arts at Griffith University in Brisbane. Part of his research output includes a short film titled “An Ostrich Told Me the World is Fake and I Think I Believe It”.  

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SPEAKER: Lachlan Pendragon

Look behind the scenes of a current stop motion short film and take a walk through the various stages of a stop motion production from the idea creation to the finished animation. These stages include:

  • Story development 
  • Building miniature sets and puppets
  • Animating the characters in stop motion
  • and lastly using editing software for things like visual effects and compositing everything together

And exciting journey into discovering more about stop motion!

Lachlan is a writer, director, animator based in Brisbane, Australia. He specialises in the antiquated artform of stop motion film making where real-world materials are turned into miniature sets and puppets that are painstakingly brought to life by hand one frame at a time. Lachlan enjoys its unique creative environment and endeavours to tell new and exciting stories through the medium of stop motion. Lachlan is currently completing a Doctor of Visual Arts at Griffith University in Brisbane. Part of his research output includes a short film titled “An Ostrich Told Me the World is Fake and I Think I Believe It”.  

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General Admission, Student, Teacher