I feel a little bit silly for not realizing this earlier, but the DoInk Animation App is a perfect tool for creating rotoscope animations on your own. You can bring in video clips into the drawing, create a layer over the drawing, set how many frames per second, and start drawing over the frames until you created an amazing animation. This is WAY easier than the collaborative animations I wrote about in previous posts (here and here) however it requires about 10 drawing per second which means students will have to exercise patience. Or, you can still make it a collaboration by passing the iPad around the room and letting each student take a break from their other art making experiences to contribute a drawing to the group rotoscope.
Take a quick look through my tutorial below to help you get started on rotoscoping.
Combine DoInk Animation and Green Screen Apps:
Okay, if that wasn't cool enough, how about combining the original video footage with the drawn rotoscope using the green screen app. Hint: original video needs to be in front of a green screen or solid color not in the figure. DoInk animation app is integrated into the Green Screen App so you can save your rotoscope in the DoInk data format in the animation app (I use the shared folder choice) and pull it in to a layer on the GS app.
6/17/2015 01:24:52 pm
Thank you :)
4/10/2017 04:18:34 pm
WOW! This is amazing to watch the video tutorials of each student doing their special dance moves and seeing them animated. Love the music and background colors. Super Cool!
10/4/2017 06:41:47 pm
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