Electromagnetic Wave By Orlando Leibovitz animated by Andrew Elijah Edwards
In this workshop, participants follow the process of bringing a 2d drawing to life using Adobe After Effects. Starting with a hand-drawn character and environment, participants learn the process of digitally preparing the image in Adobe Photoshop to animate by separating layers and laying out their scene. Participants are then led through the basics of the powerful animation program, Adobe After Effects, Parenting their characters and environments together to make create ‘digital paper dolls’ which are brought to life through the magic of keyframe animation. Learn how to take your drawings into the fourth dimension and beyond.
Mondays 2/6-2/20 6-9 pm (3 sessions)
Andrew Elijah Edwards is an artist and actor focused on digital media, animation, and theatrical performance, whose work is a dreamscape of unknown lands, divine rituals, and first contact, exploring a hidden language inside and between all things through the playful and the sublime. Andrew works in both digitally animated virtual worlds and physically with the body through dance and performance, exploring the blending of acting, movement, and virtual landscapes. "There is a language inside and in-between all things communicating in a space beyond language and my work inhabits and navigates this place." Andrew received his MFA in Emergent Digital Practices from the University of Denver in 2014 and has been exhibiting work and performing on stage theatrically throughout the country from Santa Fe to Maine. Andrew runs IMAGINARIUM Creator Camp, a storytelling, art, and acting experience where campers live inside of their own drawn and painted worlds through a group movie making project using greenscreen. Through a variety of venues, Andrew brings his fascination with existence and imagination to facilitating a growth environment for people of all ages and abilities to explore channeling the imaginal.
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