By recording sound to the rhythm of a metronome ball, Walt and his team of animators produced the first Disney cartoon with synchronized sound, Steamboat Willie (1928). With full sound synchronization, audiences experienced new possibilities for the medium of animation that had not proven successful before. In this workshop, learn more about the history and technique of lip sync animation, then use timing and mouth shapes to create an animation of a character speaking.
DateSat, Feb 22 | 1–2:30pm
Cost$5 members | $7 non-members