Stop-motion animation – The fourth in this series!

It’s amazing how one little idea could spark off a series of projects, and how the project could grow beyond what it was originally meant to be. About a year ago, some of us started having this craze about stop-motion animation. It was Scinemation season (a stop-motion animation competition organised by Science Centre Singapore) and…

Artificial Creativity

I have all the photos I take on my phone uploaded automatically to my Google+ account for me to view and download. I use that auto-backup feature quite extensively, and every now and then, I notice slight tweaks and improvements, as is typical for any Google product. But I was surprised a couple of weeks…

Another festive fun-imation project

This morning, four of us (Danny, Jannah, Yen and me) came together and put together our festive fun-imation project for the upcoming Hari Raya Puasa festival. Check out the “behind-the-scene” process and photos!   Lastly, we wish our Muslim friends “Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri”!

The animation saga continues…

Sometimes, things moved in an interesting way in life. When we did the Christmas animation last year, we did not think we will do it again. But somehow the momentum has caught up, and tadah, here we go again – another stop-motion animation greeting for the followers of our blog and various Facebook pages “Science…

The arts and science of Christmas

By Yen Ho Ho Ho. Christmas is a season for sharing and we thought why not try our hands on making a stop-motion seasons greeting for all our Facebook fans and blog followers? To begin with, the big issue we have is time. Making time to discuss our story board, aims, main characters etc etc….

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

It was Scinemation 2012 which inspired Yen and I to work on our own animation project. Hence we went about working on a year-end greeting animation for all the followers of our blog and various Facebook pages “Science Centre Singapore” and “Science It“. Check out the results of our 2.5 days of hard work (estimated)….

Animation fun

It was in the earlier part of this year that the readers of the Singapore Scientist magazine were actively engaged in a “Dinosaur skeleton assembly” activity, whereby readers can remove paper skeleton parts of a dinosaur from an activity page of the magazine, assemble them according to their own creativity, and email a photograph of…