Summer Camps 2014
Summer camps 2014- Animation | Digital drawing | Fine art camps
We at FEELartistic strongly believe that each student has their own level of understanding for art and therefore each student deserve individualize attention to use their creativity. We give lessons based on each student's interest, level and age. You may see few students in our class during any given time but each one of them working on different projects. Lets join us.
Summer Camp 2014: Animation Camp:
Program Description: This summer of 2014 we are bringing most exciting camp of "Animation" for Elementary and Middle High School students( Ages 7 and up). In this course, they will see their drawings come to life, as they learn the basic fundamentals of 2D and 3D animation. By learning the basics of animation, one develops an understanding of motion, weight, balance, texture, colour, and design. This will also promote the discipline and intensity required for studio work as one takes animated short films from concept to completion.
Student will get access to Apple Mac Computer with all required tools and easy to follow application guided by professional artists. We will teach you how to draw and animate - easy and fun way ! also you will learn lots of short cuts and explore many ways to create and control animation.
First week: Student will learn how to draw character on paper and directly on Computer using digital pen and pad. Through out week they will learn and develop skills of Digital Drawing for character building.
Second Week: Students will learn and explore classical animation concept. While learning basics of animation they will develop short movies of walk cycle , jumped and anticipation.
Third week: During this week student will work on special project and develop short movies based on technique they learned in last two weeks.
Art Study: Students benefit from art courses:
Rene Zellweger might have won an Academy Award without the theater courses she took at Katy High School. It’s possible that Norah Jones may have won multiple Grammy Awards even if she hadn’t attended choir classes at Grapevine Junior High School. But in each of these cases, and in countless others, a quality fine arts education in Texas public schools is at the foundation of their success.
Fine arts courses in our schools enable students to develop their interest and talent in the arts at an early age, and every student benefits from fine arts courses, even when their future career successes are outside of music, acting, dance or art.
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