Animation camps for kids

Animation camps for kids at FEElartistic Studio

art classes and summer camps for kids

Jump start Animation Camps: This camps is for kids who are interested in making movies but don’t know how or where to begin. They will all about selected animation programs. These program will help them jump start their creativity. End of the program they will know which tools use and how to make movies. After the camp they can continue their journey from home computer

Clay Animations:

Combine the power of clay sculpting and magic of green screen with stop animation in most exciting way. This camp is for kids who are interested in making movies but don’t know how or where to begin.

Let’s join us to create your first stop animation movie.

In this camp students will learn:

1)    How to develop 3D character / model using Clay.

2)    How to use “Green Screen”.

3)    How to Draw and import shapes for background and masking

4)    What is voiceover and how to records and add in movie

5)    How to add titles

6)    Exporting movies and make it available to view.


Scribe Animation: Fun way to learn and create stop animation using power of digital whiteboard. In this fun activity students will design and create digital story board and short commercials for TV. Join us in this exciting camp today.

 In this camp students will learn:

1)    How to draw and create character.

2)    Converting characters in to clipart using Illustrator and Inkscape

3)    Learn how to design movies based on bast seller children books.

4)    How to use digital white board

5)    How to record and synchronize voice

6)    Importing back ground and music

7)    Exporting movies


Cartoon Animation:

This camp is ideal for Elementary and Middle High School students. In this course, they will see their drawings come to life, as they learn the basic fundamentals of animation. By learning the basics of animation, one develops an understanding of motion, weight, balance, texture, color, and design. This will also promote the discipline and intensity required for studio work as one takes animated short films from concept to completion. Student will get access to Computer with all required tools and easy to follow application guided by professional artists. We will teach you how to draw and animate – easy and fun way ! also you will learn lots of short cuts and explore many ways to create and control animation. First week: Student will learn how to draw character on paper and directly on Computer using digital pen and pad. Through out week they will learn and develop skills of Digital Drawing for character building. Second Week: Students will learn and explore classical animation concept. While learning basics of animation they will develop short movies of walk cycle , jumped and anticipation. Third week: During this week student will work on special project and develop short movies based on technique they learned in last two weeks.



Learn to see


Observe and Absorb

Level: All ages

Description: Art is not only about how to draw and paint. It’s also about the quality of “how we see,” how we observe and absorb things around us. This exercise is designed to be a fun activity that introduces children to improving their art skills through the power of observation.

Materials: Pencils, Paper (No erasers used) Objects to use for drawing: Cell phone, Bowl, CD Player, CD Cover, Book, Flower, Box, Lamp, Shapes, Chair etc


Step 1. Display all objects on the table.

Step 2. Talk about the structure of each object.

Step 3. Give average time for observation.

Step 4. Give drawing paper and pencil.

Step 5. Ask students to select one of the objects and draw it.

Step 6. Show objects again and ask them to take a closer look.

Step 8. Ask students to draw again.

Creative Questions:

The second attempt usually is more accurate compared to the first. Discuss.

1- Which drawing do you think is more accurate?

2- Why is the second attempt more accurate than the first?

Remember, the goal is not to evaluate the accuracy of drawing, but to help you understand the importance of observing.

3- Discuss other reasons for improvement (especially practice)

Closing comments: Besides building skills and power of awareness, at the end of this exercise, students will recognize how much we value the wonders and beauty of the world, and how much we take them for granted.