Frame by Frame: The Art and Technique of Film Animation


REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Thu., April 13, 2000

Frame by Frame: The Art and Technique of Film Animation is a lecture and hands-on workshop that will explore four different techniques in animation - cut-outs, claymation, rotoscoping, and hand painting or scratching. Presenters include some of Austin's most innovative and active animators: Francesca Talenti (RTF professor at UT), Bob Sabiston (RoadHead), and Ben Davis (Conduitfest). Call 236-8877 for more info.

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