Starts: Feb 24, 2013 - Ends: Mar 03, 2013
This workshop is normally taught only in-house at studios and schools. This is the first time it is open to the public.
Register by February 10th and save up to $25.00 on tuition!
CHARACTER MOVEMENT FOR ANIMATION
2-DAY OPEN WORKSHOP
Sundays February 24 & March 3, 2013
12:00pm - 4:00pm
in Universal City, CA
(next to Universal Studios Hollywood)
Lorin Eric Salm
• Mime & Movement Instructor for Stage, Film, TV •
• Character Movement Reference Actor for Animation •
A fun, exciting workshop that gets animators on their feet
to learn how characters express with the body
In the art of Animation, movement and characterization are obviously key points of interest to artists. Careful analysis of the body and its possibilities in natural and stylized movement is invaluable. Character Movement for Animation offers animators a greater understanding of the potential of a character’s physical expression, and of how characters visually express personality, thought, and emotion with the body.
In these workshops, some concepts are introduced through lecture and demonstration. There is no substitute, though, for hands-on experience, so animators participate in exercises and improvisations to achieve a better understanding. Printed materials accompany each workshop for later reference.
Workshop topics range from the basic nature of stylized movement to taking full advantage of 3D animation.
Each Sunday, participants will have 4 hours of class, with a short break in the middle of the day. The workshop is offered for students age 17 to adult (younger students by special permission only). Regular tuition is $135.00. Discounts of up to $25.00 off are available for participants who register by February 10th.