Creating Paper Puppets For Animation
My experience working on Disney's "World of Color" Nighttime Water Spectacular
|Day:||Thu, Oct 22, 2020|
|Time:||17:00-19:00 CET ( 16:00-18:00 BST / 11:00-13:00 EDT / 08:00-10:00 PDT )|
|Included in:||All Access Pass, Conference Pass|
|or a-la-Carte Price:||40 EUR plus VAT & Eventbrite Fees|
In this Master Class at View Conference 2020 Megan will be sharing her experience of being hired to create paper sculptures for a night time show in Disney’s California Adventure park. She interpreted more than 30 characters from five iconic Disney films into paper sculptures. After the paper puppets were created, they were then made into digital assets and animated in the After Effects program by project partner Todd Hemker. The animation created was projected on to huge 200 ft tall (61M) water screens during various parts of the “The World of Color” nighttime program in the Paradise Lagoon.
Megan will share her story of why she was hired for this project, her process of development and design, and how the puppets she created were transformed for animation production. She will share clips of animation, the promotional phase of this project, and do a demonstration recreating the Cheshire Cat puppet head that is projected in the opening of the program.