Animate your Interactive Posters

Animate your Poster

Animate your Interactive Posters

Now here’s a novel way to tackle cyber bullying and use the #Up2Us Anti-Bullying Kit…get animating!

You might think that creating cartoons requires mad drawing skills and a fancy Disney studio somewhere in sunny LA but actually lots of the world’s best animators come from Ireland and it’s easy to try your hand at it.

The #Up2Us Anti-Bullying Kit provides you with the pictures and instructions you’ll need to make a stop motion cartoon, starring our favourite blue squirrel.

When you’ve mastered that you might try to incorporate other props you find around your house to tell an anti-bullying story.

Here’s another made by some talented students in Marino College.

Finally, who remembers Mala? Or was it Marla? I bet the mere mention of those smooth plasticine sticks of colour (or brown blobs as the summer holidays got nearer) conjures up feelings of nostalgia for your favourite primary school activity!

Well now’s your chance to get your mala out again and use it to tell an anti-bullying story, but with a 3-D effect.


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