Buying a real Zoetrope is expensive! I recently introduced my students to some basic animation principles, and thought it might be fun to create some animation strips. The main problem was […]
So…this is the feedback for the Schrodinger’s Rabbit animation project. Totally out of my comfort zone with this project and not hugely happy with the final outcome but you can […]
Schrodinger’s Rabbit pop-up book and animation created using Tagtool for iPad. ©2014 Andrew Logie. 720p recommended. With thanks to Eric Renno and Alex Tutt for providing voices.
The core inspiration for this short animation was a demonstration of pop-up projection mapping technology and animation on TED.com. The performance, The electric rise and fall of Nikola Tesla by […]
As it’s difficult to see the character and pop-up designs in the animation and because I spent so much time designing these, I thought it would be good to share […]
This is the final script for the animation, based on a story heard on BBC Radio 2.
As the project draws to a close and the final edit is being completed, here are both the storyboards and sketchbook for the idea generation, planning and other working outs […]
This is the final production update, with the animation now finished and editing to be done. I’ve had some major problems with the production of the animation, which has led […]
Happy New year to all those who read my blog! After a short break over the Christmas period (although I have been working on the animation on and off) everything […]
After making some key decisions and changes to the production last week, the animation is now back on track. After discussion in my tutorial last week, the piece will be […]