A tribute to Andy Wahol.

Made by the art department of Kingshurst Academy, on a recent teacher training day, the teachers wanted to create a fun resource they could use with their students to inspire understanding about Andy Wahol. As well as creating an animation example that could be used to demonstrate the process and be a starting point for creating other short animations based on famous artists.

The four teachers created the art work in about 1.5 hours.

Then using Animation In A Box they shot the animation and added the sound in just under 2hrs, using the software and camera.

This style of drawn animation was first created by some year 10 students, and is very effective for creating a sense of movement and time, and doesn't require a huge number of different drawings.

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