Saturday, 19 November 2011

Peer Tutorials

One of the best things about studying animation at DOJ is the participation between years and peer groups in relation to work. I was asked by some undergraduate tutors and students to give a presentation/ workshop on how to scan and format 2D frames once they have been drawn so that they are then ready for the extensive 2D colouring process. This is something which is not directly taught by tutors but modified and instinctively found out through doing it, so it was great to pass on the notes which we had created during our final year to students in need. I feel that it was pretty successful as a workshop and I also have full notes to the process should anyone need, so do feel free to contact me and ask questions! 

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