3 months of planning. 4 days of shooting. 6000+ post-it notes. A completed senior project by Bang-yao Liu at the Savannah College of Art and Design. 1 minute and 54 seconds, now on the global stage via YouTube.
Here’s the visual backstory.
I added this amazing example to my Stopmotion workshop wiki, not because I expect our 9-12 year olds next week to create something comparable, but because this video provides a glimpse into what is possible via Stopmotion. Hat tip to Susan van Gelder!
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- Playing with Doink Animation - 2011
- When we blog, we create the web - 2009
- Defining 21st century classrooms and Highlighting the Importance of CCC - 2009
- Blending Professional Development to focus on Content, Technology and Pedagogy - 2009
- Notes on the Texas Long Range Technology Plan: 2006-2020 - 2009
- Stopmotion Film Camp Starts Monday! - 2009
- Google Earth explorations - 2008
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