On 28th May, I participated to the workshop at ACMI with other film making team members.
The workshop was held as a prize for the students in Melbourne who won the film award last year.
The task was to create a 30 second clay stop-motion in the group of 4 students. Each member made a clay figure representing themselves.
The instructors were very kind and they helped students well. They advised us how we should use the camera and the software.
Our group’s animation was pretty complicated so we took longer to finish than other groups.
All of the groups made the great stop-motion animations in a day. I was amazed how passionate they are about creating animations.
I really enjoyed the workshop and I will use what I learnt in the workshop in my next animation.