Engage your team
Ever dreamed of creating the next Wallace & Grommit? Is Nick Park, Spielberg, or George Lucas your idol? With the Ani-Mate team building workshop your teams creativity is unleashed as they create their own Claymation or Stopmotion movie.
Animation is a wonderful team building platform. With strict time limits imposed and the pressure mounting for the premiere release of your feature, which team can work together to create a movie worthy of an oscar. In animation anything is possible and no-one in your team will even need to be in front of the camera.
With Digi Ed’s Team building animation workshops your group can create movies in different themes such as:
Gain a greater understanding of your companies products.
Either funny or serious safety issues within your company.
Put yourself in the position of your clients and understand their needs
Just for Fun
Create anything the heart desires.
The group will be tested to work creatively. They will develop relationships with each other in an effort to achieve their time driven goal. Animation encourages the group to imagine the impossible, and then create it. Staff will take home their creations on DVD and or play their movies at your dinner function / awards night.
How the day works
After an introduction and an explanation of the process, the group will:
1. Plan the Movie
Using narrative templates, a short narrative is planned including an Orientation, Complication and Resolution.
2. Set Design and Clay Modelling
Simple sets are created using A4 coloured paper and oil pastels. Clay characters / puppets are created using coloured modelling clay.
3. Shoot the Movie
Using Apple MacBook Pros and Canon Digital SLR cameras, the group will shoot their claymation movie. It is a simple frame by frame, stopmotion process using Dragon Stop Motion.
Using iMovie, the group will edit their movies. Title, credits, video effects, back ground music and sound effects all can be added to give their movie a professional finish.
5. DVD to Take Home
Every group member will receive a DVD of the days movies to keep. You will be able to show everyone your masterpiece.