- Various office supplies (pencils, tape, paper clips, pins, etc)
- Flat surface or open space
Step 2: Flat Surface
- First off you need to find a flat surface or if you prefer a more difficult type of animation, a open space. I will explain this in two parts flat surface and open space so...
- For a flat surface material animation you will need a flat surface perferably a desk or a table.
- You will then need to think of an idea to use your office supplies in, like (adventure of paperclip, or pencil art) something like that.
- Set up your scene with the prefered office supplies you want.
- To animate the scene take a picture of the starting point of it, and move your characters and objects you want. Then take a picture again. Each picture is 1 second of video. Repeatably move your characters and objects and take pictures to animate it.
Step 3: Open Space
- For open space use a room like a garage, kitchen, etc.
- Set up your scene in a way that the material is used as everyday objects
- Animate them like #5 in step 2
- Here is a perfect example of an open space material animation made by PESfilm on youtube.