When Walt Disney entered the world of animation in the 1920s, time-saving techniques such as animated loops were frequently utilized in order to produce a greater quantity of animation in a shorter amount of time. In classic cartoons, animated loops can be seen most often in repetitive movements like walks or dances. Join us for a workshop that focuses on this age-old trick, in which you will learn about the proper timing and spacing one needs in order to create a piece of animation that seamlessly repeats itself.
DateSat, Jan 26 | 1–2:30pm
Cost$5 members | $7 non-members