I was invited back to run animation workshops and make a presentation for the annual Animatti event there. This time, I also managed to fit in some exploring and fine dinning too... Many many thanks again to prof. Ceccarelli for inviting me over, being a fantastic host, and of course to the students too. I was hugely impressed by the workshop projects and final films the students turned-in; I hope these films appear on-line soon, and I'll link-up to them if they do.
OK, of the student films made at Animatti this year, this is the first one to show up on Youtube. 'Zodiac' made by Sara Pilloni, Lucrezia Urtis, Silvia Canu, Marcello Monti, Gabriele Desogus. This is one of the group projects the students went on to make after the workshops we did. These films were made in about 4 days (with lots of night time work too of course.)
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This time I took my DSLR camera along and had a bit more time for taking pictures, so here is my adventure represented in a few photos I took along the way...
|Alghero is a beautiful and ancient Mediterranean coastal town.|
|'The dungeon' in which we worked.|
|Alghero's marina with yellow submarine.|
|Some stacked chairs near the market.|
|Students creating stop motion animation.|
|More students of the Animatti workshops.|
|Alghero's marina at dusk.|
|Prof. Ceccarelli introduces Michele Abbas of Framestore.|
|In Alghero the sun always sets over the Mediterranean sea: spectacular.|