Cleveland Mondays Fall 2015

03
Oct

The Battle by Murray and Ryker

Part of the after school program, this project was created over a four week period and included the following stages of animation and filmmaking: pre-production, production, and post-production.

03
Oct

Halloween Project by Matthew, Curtis and Lachlan

Week 3: Halloween themed project featuring some claymation techniques.

03
Oct

Ryker and Murray #2

Week 1_Getting to know stop motion. Focus is on character movement.

03
Oct
03
Oct

Robin, Emily, Seoyeon

Week 1_Getting to know stop motion. Focus is on character movement.

03
Oct

Party party in Space by Emily and Robin

Part of the after school program, this project was created over a four week period and included the following stages of animation and filmmaking: pre-production, production, and post-production.

03
Oct

Murray and Ryker part 1

Week 1_Getting to know stop motion. Focus is on character movement.

03
Oct

The Scary Monsters by Teagan and Maddy

“Police officer is driving. Snakes come and go on him. Lego monsters surround him and the police officer is so scared. He screams. He jumps out of his cart and says ‘You are arrested!’. Snakes surround him again. He takes the thing off his head and puts it on the snakes. He jumps away from the snakes and puts the chains on the snakes bodies. Lego monsters run away. The police officer puts foot on snakes head and his arms in the air in a victory pose.”
Part of the after school program, this project was created over a four week period and included the following stages of animation and filmmaking: pre-production, production, and post-production.

03
Oct

The disappearing ducks by Murray and Ryker

Week 2: Introduced the concept of ‘The Element of Surprise’ using mysterious portals. Focus is on character movement, simple storytelling, and incorporating the ‘element of surprise’.

03
Oct

Telopot by Murray and Ryker

Week 2: Introduced the concept of ‘The Element of Surprise’ using mysterious portals. Focus is on character movement, simple storytelling, and incorporating the ‘element of surprise’.