Below I will share the rest of my process through the show.
That video is the second of two animations I created for this class. It consists of 43 frames.
Once i finished that animation I started looking into different types of flip books to give myself an idea on how mine would look.
Joellyn showed me this flip book when we were talking about the different binding methods i could use for my books.
I also went looking for flip books at barns and noble, but was only able to find some weird children books that had small animations on every page. Below are images of what i am talking about. Those were the only things close to flip books that i could find inside the store.
When i got to barnes and noble the owner of this car was talking to a cop about how she hit this pole.
Once I decided on the dimensions for my flip books I got them printed. I got them done at the school print shop on card stock paper, and then got them cut down to size at UPS.
When i got them back from UPS I put them in order and took them to the school to be bound. The print shop was able to do it for very cheap and i was very pleased with how the final books turned out.
I think that the show went over very smoothly and i was pleased to hear all of the positive feedback. It was really nice to see everyones finished product and how well they all looked together. Celebrating after was not to bad either.