ART 0200


Animation: Analog Drawings Set to Sound and Motion
Animated drawings trying to capture movement date back to the earliest drawings of mankind, but only in the 19th century did the “moving image” become possible and dramatically change our view of the world. In this course we will explore the history of animation, from ancient Egyptian murals to DaVinci, and from Duchamp to Pixar, and we will watch contemporary examples of high- and low-brow animations. After an introduction of basic drawing techniques - with a focus on drawing life models - we will set out to create individual drawing animations. In these animations all kinds of approaches are valid, and students will work as independently as possible. Although there are no prerequisites for this course, visual art experience and foundation drawing skills are recommended. 3 hrs. lect./lab
Studio Art
Program in Studio Art
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Fall 2018

ART0200A-F18 Lecture (Wallner)

Fall 2017

ART0200A-F17 Lecture (Wallner)

Fall 2016

ART0200A-F16 Lecture (Wallner)