First Attempt at Stop Frame Animation

It turns out you can take a picture of an object with the Chrombook and paste/insert them into google slides/presentation, move the object, take another pic, insert into slides, etc., and eventually hit, publish to web, alter the speed in the html code, then paste that code into a doc.

All of the animations are done using the chromebooks’ camera, that can be flipped around.

This project was a quite a learning experience for the students and myself.  Last year I did not know it was possible to do stop frame animation with chromebooks, and now I’ve got a whole class involved in the process

 

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This is the first, not quite finished, stop frame turned in by Micah C. I just wanted to post this so everyone can see an excellent example!

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This should be a nice stop frame animation from Ms. Samantha S.

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From the most talented Abby S.

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Mrs. Moore’s first attempt at animation came out pretty well.

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Mr. Issac S. did a great job drawing an animation, I can’t wait to see what he does next!

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Ms. Tessa R contributed this one, she got a lot of movement from a stapler!

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Another great job done by Ms. Kara B., I like the writing and the cap going back on at the end!

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Here’s a nice stop frame animation done by Alayna

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Tree Animation

This is the site I use to test code before I push publish.

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This should be a tree animation done by Ms. Tessa R.  Nice movement and color change in the leaves.

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This should be an animated Tree by Ms. Sammantha S.

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Ms. Kara B did this one.

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Micah C sent this:

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https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/e/2PACX-1vRxTSUJIcJZFmfQhmqshacmIZDiY6ygws45Jlnj0C0rG1QMoNUbk2-670VuyxMSeXolyCU-HO-gxHb5/embed?start=true&loop=true&delayms=10/spanspan%20style=

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Ms. Alayna added a chain saw and some fire to her piece, hmmmmmm. Maybe she does not like trees.

Congratulations to Amelia W!

Congratulations to Amelia W!

An artist from amoung us at Bethel entered and won a prize in an art contest sponsored by the Tipp City Area Arts Council. 

Below is the wonderful picture of a butterfly she did.  Thanks to her parents for the encouragement and driving the piece in.  Can’t wait to see what she comes up with next!