Sticky Note Animation

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Lets go back in time and make an old school sticky note animation… Maybe it will make us appreciate our computer animation tools a little better. What’s nice about using sticky notes is that they are so thin you don’t even need a light table.

1. Get a pack of blank sticky notes.

2. Create an animation using each sticky note as a frame. Be creative here!

3. Take pictures of each frame and put them together to make an animation!

4. Upload to your blog!

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This is a tutorial for an assignment I created here. The idea is to use sticky notes to construct an animation! Let’s get started!