-ING Creatives

David Habchy

David Habchy

Studio Kawakeb | Founder

Talk:
Design in/for/with the Community

Day 2 | 14th April 2017
10:00 - 10:30

Coming from
Lebanon

David Habchy
David Habchy
David Habchy
David Habchy
David Habchy
David Habchy
David Habchy
David Habchy
David Habchy

About the talk

The co-founders of Waraq association and Studio Kawakeb will be elaborating on their working model and structure, as well as introducing their first project, Beit Waraq. Beit Waraq is a community space in Beirut that serves as a physical platform that actively promotes education, artistic expression and technical support within the art of printmaking, illustration and animation and is also the incubator of Studio Kawakeb, the visual arts studio.

 

About David Habchy

David Habchy is a Beirut-based visual artist born in the Northern Bekaa region of Lebanon. After completing his studies in computer graphics and animation in 2003, David taught animation and illustration courses at NDU, Louaize. David participated in book fairs, conferences, workshops, exhibitions and residencies in Beirut, Syria, Egypt, Tunisia, Jordan, Kuwait, UAE, Iran, Armenia, France, Italy, Bulgaria and Germany.

In 2012, David cofounded Waraq association, a cultural and artistic association that supports, promotes and connects artists and professionals working in illustration, animation and the art of craftsmanship in the Arab region. David is also a committee member of Beirut Animated, an animation film festival organized once every two years that aims to promote animation in Lebanon and in the Arab region.

 

Workshop: Illustrate to animate

David Habchy
Studio Kawakeb, Founder

Day 2 | 14th April 2017
19:10 - 22:10

Level
All Welcome

Illustrate to animate
Illustrate to animate
Illustrate to animate
Illustrate to animate
Illustrate to animate
Illustrate to animate

About

About

This workshop will introduce the participants to the basic principles of animation. Participants will go through a series of exercises where they explore rotoscoping and pixelation techniques in order to come up with a short animated clip. The session will include individual and collective exercises.

Key Takeaways

1. Introduction to the principles of animation

2. Exploring pixelation and rotoscoping as animation techniques

3. Planning an animation timeline

4. Developing an art direction for animation based on an illustration style

5. Illustrating a frame by frame sequence and exporting it as a clip

Workshop Preparations

– Bring your own laptop

– Bring illustration tools, cameras and/or phones

Tickets
Earlybird discounted$195
Regular ticket$325
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