Digi Ed provides Claymation Digital Animation Workshops for students and teachers in New South Wales and South East Queensland. While specialising in education, Digi Ed is branching out into the corporate market and specific studio work, using claymation as both an engaging tool and a creative medium. Our team building workshop has the potential to engage your staff in a unique way that entertains and provides the ultimate group bonding session. Engage your students and teachers, your staff or your audience with Digi Ed. Our Stop Motion in school excursion or incursion has been very well received in over 450 schools. Digi Ed's Digital Animation Workshop was a Department of Education and Training "Frater Award" winner in recognition of "consistent performance excellence."
Want to try something new, fun, interesting and also learn new skills next school holidays? CAMP DIGI ED is here - 1 or 2 day claymation workshops during the upcoming January School Holidays, at our Norwest Studios. Open to all ages and abilities, participants will learn how to make their very own claymation movie using the latest in stop motion software, digital photography plus model their own characters, design their own sets and edit their own movie. Spaces are limited to 2 participants per computer, and are filling fast! Click here to book into one of our holiday workshops or call Steve at Digi Ed on (02) 9626 0270.
The Digi Ed staff decided to use our "down time" to turn our narrative example story into a completed animation. Written by Digi Ed's founder, Steve Towell and adapted for animation by Phil Blanc with help from Andy Bell, it is the story of one man's desire for breakfast on his wedding day.
Digi Ed's Andy Bell took first prize, the "Moscar" for the Movember movie competition 2011. Check out the video on the right or click image below to go to the Movember site.
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Made with permission at Kenthurst Public SchoolCheck out this "Moscar" winning Movember movie below put together by Digi Ed's own Andy Bell. It won first prize for best Movember movie 2011.