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Drawing on Film

Nicky Hamlyn

June 7th, 2018

In the drawing on film project students produce a short animated 16mm film in a day, working in ways both familiar and unfamiliar, using, however, a medium that most will not have encountered before, the thin strip of celluloid that carries the images. Although the project is called Drawing on Film, drawing skills as such aren’t essential: images can be made using printing, stenciling, perforating, rubbing and a range of other methods. It’s an excellent way of learning to work with time in a measured and calculated manner, and the processes lead to fundamental insights into the principles of how moving images are generated.

Drawing on Film workshop, May 2018

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