Starting from the very basics of film production technology you are invited to explore the first
principles of motion picture creation and use drawing to generate a simple animated sequence.
During the seminar you should initially generate a 12 frame hand-drawn sequence using the
Praxinoscope (SpinnerScope) provided, and digitize it to create either an animated gif (using
gifmaker for example) or a video sequence in Adobe Premiere. The theme CYCLE continues by
default since the praxiniscope is cyclic by nature.
My first task within the Animation task was to create a basic gif from hand drawn 12 frame sequence. Using techniques from people such as Kasimir Malevich and the De Stijl techniques, through their ideas I decided to go for an abstract idea, using shapes and colours to create an animation.
My animation idea was to create a growing square which then has circles which grow within the square and all are different colours. Below is the final result:
Pulling inspiration from this picture which again itself is inspired by Kasimir Malevich and such people, I created my animation, I used one based colour (green) but instead of using just straight lines I decided to add other shapes which were all different colours.
for my stop motion animation I decided to create two shoes look like they were walking: