Welcome to this workshop in the experimental software Lizard Ladder, with artist and animator Ted Wiggin. Lizard Ladder automatically generates animated inbetween frames from hand drawn images. Wiggin wil hold the workshop via Zoom from New York, and the participants can join digitally or at BEK.
Tuesday 15 December 19:00 – 21:00
Join via Zoom or at BEK. Please note that there is limited places for those wanting to participate at BEK, and first come first serve.
Sign-up is required for both digital and IRL participation: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lizard Ladder is an experimental software for automatically generating animated inbetween frames from hand drawn images. It generates motion according to how you draw your lines, encouraging the user to consider how they want the image to animate while they are drawing.
Ted Wiggin is an animator and software developer working in short films and the tools to make them. His animations are created entirely on custom software, which is user friendly and freely available. Wiggin teaches animation at Parsons and Rhode Island School of Design in New York. His films have screened at festivals in dozens of countries, including Ottawa International Animation Festival, Image Forum Festival in Tokyo, Animafest Zagreb and Glas Animation Festival in Berkeley.
Ted Wiggin participated during the Ekko Festival 2020 in the film programme Seing Sound Cinema, which was curated by Marieke Verbiesen/ BEK. Please read more here.