Student Films From the After school animation club i taught

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    Well i told the story about the Lego club that i was asked to teach a while back….at this post and now i am going to post the films cause the class is now over. And me and my friend (also a good filmer who lurks here he has never posted before) are now in a :D sigh :D of relief that the class is over. The films came out farily good considering it was a after school class that had 15 sessions and each one was 45 minutes long….keep in mind that every day we needed time to set up so that used up about 10 min. You have to realize though that the kids in the club at the starting (at the first meeting) had no idea whatsoever what stop-motion animation was how it was done or how long it took to make a short film. So the kids had no backround AT ALL!!! Im going to guess they only joined because it was called making lego movies…..So we were in the end very happy at what we had accomplished. So anyway here are the finished films
    that our students created….the films are best viewed in
    50% size on wmp. The movies dont really have a plot but you can
    see one come togeather near the end of each one. But please watch
    them anyway it makes me feel good :-D Rember the students did
    the films not me. And also we were just 2 kids teaching other kids (basicly our friends) so it was kind of hard for us to keep them undercontroll.
    And here are the films…. 8)

    The Ex-cape

    Rupnz.

    Super Funky DJ

    There They Are Hope They are ok!

    It Makes Me proud

    #2042 Reply

    Hey Indy i’d love your class’ movies but I don’t know how to play a .wmvurl check the link

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    Gotcha Prob fixed…but what the heck is up with that poll????
    IndyA

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    Ok if you view the films can you please review or say something about them…i dont care if its 2 words i just want to know who watched the films…Thanks
    Kindest Regards :D
    IndyA

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    “IndyA” wrote: Ok if you view the films can you please review or say something about them…i dont care if its 2 words i just want to know who watched the films…Thanks
    Kindest Regards :D
    IndyA

    You asked for it. Poop! lol :rotfl

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    Well i was just nicley asking for a review…no need to bug.. :cry:
    IndyA

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    considering it was the kid’s first experiance at animating I think they did pretty good. How old were the kids? I just finished (actually i’m not finished yet because the movie file became corrupted on the Mac I was using :cry: ) making a movie with a group of grade 3s. It was live-action not animated though. It would take a lot of patience to teach kids that!
    I thought the ex-cape was the best.

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    Well i said i was basicly teaching my friends…they are in the same grade as me..
    IndyA

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    well tell your class mates that they did a good job for their firts movie and you must be a pretty good teacher.

    CWRProductions
    Casey

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    “IndyA” wrote: Well i was just nicley asking for a review…no need to bug.. :cry:
    IndyA

    I’m not bugging….you did say “Please leave a word or two”
    I think poop is a word. lol I liked the films :)

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