Tag archive for youtube - page 2

Bambi meets Godzilla on YouTube

So . . . I was in my digital media class yesterday and we were talking about different approaches to story-telling through animation. I mentioned an old favorite animated short of mine “Bambi meets Godzilla” as an example of combining two seemingly disparate ideas. Before…

Continue reading →

Andy Warhol Eating a Hamburger

from Rocketboom.

Continue reading →

Teach Your Students to Fly!

This delightful video titled Flying Witches Spotted in New Forest by Leo Bridle is a great illustration of pixilation, a technique first introduced by Canadian filmmaker Norman McLaren, in his Oscar-winning film, Neighbours, in 1952. While other animation techniques like rotoscoping and claymation are getting…

Continue reading →

Building Imagination, The Power of Images

Here’s a great example of digital storytelling using images exclusively, created by University of Oklahoma students Mark Potts and Cole Selix.

Continue reading →

Watch the 2007 World Freehand Circle Drawing Champion in Action!

Meet Alexander Overwijk, the World Freehand Drawing Champion who can draw a perfect freehand circle 1m in diameter in less than a second. Why not stage a freehand circle drawing championship at your school? It would be a great way to challenge your students and…

Continue reading →

Post-it Animation from DailyMotion

A new use for post-it notes.

Continue reading →

Verdi’s La Traviata with dessert

A friend sent this to me tonight. Enjoy!

Continue reading →

Visualizing the Invisible

ABC World News with Charles Gibson featured the following video in a segment last night. I got on the Web tonight and found it on YouTube and decided to share it here. Ever wondered how many planes are in the sky at any given moment?…

Continue reading →

A Fair(y) Use Tale on Copyright

Came across this video on Boing Boing today: Professor Eric Faden of Bucknell University created this humorous, yet informative video by mashing up 1000s of short clips from Disney cartoons, using individual words and phrases to explain how copyright works. It’s worth watching twice!

Continue reading →

Doll Face by Andy Huang

Andy Huang, a USC Fine Arts major and animation minor, created this haunting animated short film that presents a “visual account of desires misplaced and identities fractured by our technological extension into the future.” This short film could be used as a springboard for a…

Continue reading →

Page 2 of 2 1 2