I’m at a Clay Animation training session sponsored by my employer. I’ve done stop motion animation before, but not with Frames. I’m really liking Frames. My previous animations have all been compiled in iMovie or (against my will) MovieMaker. Those programs work, and are often pre-installed on computers, but Frames was designed specifically for stop-motion […]
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So This Happened…
I’ve been having a tough series of days, lately. While this gem I found in my inbox does nothing to solve the LARGE OVERWHELMING PROBLEMS that I currently have on my plate, it certainly served to brighten my day a bit. Aaron, Your hard work, creative contributions, and dedication to creativity in the classroom has […]
Academic Aesthetic 169
Moving right along. In today’s ‘cast, I ramble on about: My county’s Sharing Technology with Educators Program, or S.T.E.P. My new favorite Android App (still), AndRecorder, which I keep calling “AndRecord” because long names are abbreviated below my little phone icons. Gimp.org, because it’s free and awesome. SumoPaint.com, because it as well is free and […]
The Vicious Cycle of New Media
The image is kind of text-heavy. Click to see the full size version. If anyone’s curious, this was about 5 minutes worth of work in Frames. It took longer because I’m apparently very bad at spelling words correctly.
Presented by Roxanne Dean & Linda Jones, both from Baltimore County. Honestly, could anyone who knows me expect me to attend any other session? It’s Art! It’s Technology! This is what I do. Demonstrating Voicethread used to teach a lesson on drawing a human face. “At this point they haven’t thrown me out.” Said RE: […]
Presented by Diane Boarman, Howard County This is possibly one of the smallest rooms I’ve ever been in, and there are few if any empty chairs. Meanwhile the walls are doing little to block out the noise of convention center staff moving things around. Nevertheless, the show must go on. Created her first animation using […]
As in “Watch out for that DOOR!” Yes, I’m still playing with Frames. And my students start using it this week.
Session 8: Let’s Tell a Story
This presentation by Melinda Kolk is showcasing software by Tech4Learning. This isn’t the first time I’ve met up with someone from that company. They have more than one product, the first they’re showing is a program called Frames that can be used to make animations out of still images. iMovie has the same functionality, but […]
[EDIT: I’ve moved this mp3 file to archive.org and changed the link to match the new location.]Looks like I didn’t learn my lesson – here’s my second podcast in all it’s glory! (And it’s a day early, no less!) It’s much shorter this time, so it only came to 12.3 MB. It also looks like […]