Family Fun Sundays in the Studio! is generously sponsored by Anne Safranyos and family. For Sundays in the Studio 2020, please click HERE.
This month we will go on a journey through imaginary spaces. Together we will recreate your own imaginings though mixed media collage and stop motion animation. Let’s get creating!
Domenica Mediati (@dombuka) is a Windsor-based mixed media artist. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Arts from the University of Windsor and a Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts from Wayne State University. Domenica’s art practice involves analog and digital ways of creating such as printmaking, drawing, and animation software. Domenica’s work engages the ideas surrounding alternative consciousness; in particular, the dream experience. Currently, Domenica teaches Contemporary Study of Aesthetic Expressions at St. Clair College and is a Research Coordinator at UWindsor’s INCUBATOR Art Lab. Additionally, Domenica has taught 3D Animation at St. Clair College and will be launching “The Oops Box” art education packages and workshops, in Fall 2021.
In this tutorial we will go through a materials list of supplies and free software you will need to create your imaginary space! You will have a week to gather up some items around the house or order online in time for the week 02 tutorial. You will find a materials list with links in the YouTube caption section of this video, or linked below!
It is always important to plan what imaginary space you would like to create. In this tutorial we will be creating a storyboard using canva.com or a blank piece of paper. Let start planning our imaginary scene!
In this video tutorial we are going to bring to life the characters in our imaginary space!
In this video tutorial we will be creating the background of our imaginary space!
In this video tutorial we will be creating our stop motion animation! If you do not have access to an iPad – tablet -or camera phone- that is okay - you still completed an amazing imaginary space and can use your paper cut-outs to create story’s in real time!
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