This eBook takes you through the steps of
- Filming and dividing up each frame of action in a short clip
- Prepping iPads for drawing a rotoscope over each frame of action using the Brushes Redux App (free)
- Showcasing that animation into a Flipbookit for a retro mutoscope physical display
The book includes videos, links to resources, handouts, and photos of displays to help your students make a rotoscope in a mutoscope (drawing over a video displayed in a hand-cranked box).
This is a collaborative project. Each student will contribute one frame (one drawing) to a 24 frame animation. You only need to purchase one Flipbookit.
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NOTE: The Flipbookit is optional. You can use all the techniques in this ebook to make a collaborative rotoscope animation that you can make into a gif using ezgif.com and share on social media, presentations, or your website.