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Greg Hodgson
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Animation Timeline for Teachers

Digital Asset Published Apr 12, 2014 Last updated on Jun 8, 2017

A short timeline document with associated video links.

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Brian Schyth

Posted on Nov 4, 2017 3:15:27 PM Permalink

Great thanks - Ill use this for my students on our monday evening animation class!​

Rick Henderson

Posted on Jun 5, 2017 4:16:57 PM Permalink

​I'm sure the content is impeccable, but perhaps as it pertains to animation, some graphics and colour might make the document a bit more engaging.

Jeff Milner

Posted on Nov 23, 2016 3:59:46 PM Permalink

​Thanks for this resource that will be helpful in my History of Animation section of my animation class.

Larry Hewett

Posted on Sep 26, 2016 9:30:26 PM Permalink

Excellent introduction. Now I'm ready to begin. What do we do first?

ana victoria aenlle

Posted on Jun 9, 2016 5:55:29 PM Permalink

Thank you.

Christian Gutierrez

Posted on Sep 21, 2015 8:00:15 AM Permalink

Thanks for sharing a resource full of with great links.

Michael Timpano

Posted on May 3, 2014 6:30:28 PM Permalink

Thanks for the resource some great links. As well I viewed your tutorial and have followed the steps to download the animate edge folders and view the html file, but I am only getting a blank screen or the html code? I used Chrome and Explorer, is there a setting I need to change in order to view the projects? Thanks in advance for this concern.

mo cooling

Posted on Apr 24, 2014 3:22:41 PM Permalink

Thanks! I thought this was a timeline for teaching an animation project. Happy to find it's a timeline of early animation. I am reading Stop-Motion by Barry Purves, and it has a section of the beginnings of stop motion. I appreciate you adding the links. Youtubes I have to download at home to show at school as they are mostly blocked. Vimeos I haven't found a solution for, yet.

Adam Bernthaler

Posted on Apr 22, 2014 11:40:27 AM Permalink

Short and precise well done on this great introductory video resource in a simple PDF document.