Green Screen Workshop Lessons
SPIN INTO THE ART
Students can create the illusion that they are jumping or spinning magically from the foreground into a painting. View this post to learn more.
Re-create the silhouette blend videos first seen on Electric Company explained in this post.
BOOK COVER PHOTO SHOOT
Students can pretend that they are posing for a book cover photo shoot using this lesson and book templates.
SMALL AS A MOUSE
See my post for creative ways to explore relative size.
See my post for ways to connect with the book A Nest for Celeste by shrinking yourself to a mouse's point of view.
See my post to try this Harry Potter styled effect to create your own moving postcard with the Green Screen app by Do Ink.
MAGIC CARPET RIDE
Use my post to learn how to make a patterned carpet that you can magically fly over the wonders of the world like Aladdin. This post shows two approaches: Digital drawing over a digital animation and a paper cut stop-motion animation.
Students can combine art history, digital video effects, and creative writing as they haunt a masterpiece. See this post.
CLASS DANCE VIDEO
Have your students contribute a couple seconds to a collaborative dance movie. See my post to find out how.
VIDEO CUSTOM HOLOGRAM
Customize a hologram video, make a pyramid template from a transparency, and haunt your classroom. View my post for template and tutorial.
LAYERED VIDEO SILHOUETTES
See this post to learn how to turn a green screen video into a layered silhouette that interacts with an image (or video) to help students tell as story.
ME AND MY SHADOW
View this post to learn how your students can dance with their shadows using the Green Screen app by DoInk.
BEDROOM AT ARLES
Students make their bedroom using principals of perspective then enter their artwork using drama skills and the magic of green screen. See my post.
HOW TO BE KIND
Kindergarteners did a simple animation combined with a clip live footage in the green screen app where they shared how to be kind. See this post.
RIDE YOUR OWN DRAWING
See this post where 3rd graders learn to draw, paint, collage, and ultimately animate themselves riding a carousel horse.
View this post to learn how to use the Green Screen app to create dancing silhouettes like the old iTunes ads and ideas for how to use this FX for storytelling.
ROTOSCOPE USING DOINK
See this post with examples and a tutorial for creating an individual rotoscope animation over video on the iPad using DoInk Animation App. See also lesson extension for Green Screen app.
WORD CLOUD SELF-PORTRAITS
RETRO TV EFFECT
Students can use the green screen app on the iPad to create a retro-styled commercial message. See my post for directions and resources.
WHAT IS ART DIGITAL COLLAGE
Look at this mix of physical and digital introductory art lesson for kindergartners on this post with a video tutorial and clip from the movie, Daddy Daycare. Show them this Fugleflick first, I AM ART. I used this lesson to test Augmented Reality. See the results.
INTERACT WITH YOUR ANIMATION
Students can use the DoInk animation app and Green Screen app to combine live video with drawn animation. See this post for more details. Here are more ideas for this app. See Allow Us to Illustrate to view a Fugleflick featuring this technique.
INTERACT WITH ART
Learn how to create interactive art with your iPad with this post (includes tutorial).
MOVEMENT OVER MOVEMENT
See the post of finished artwork and animations.
See the post about our stop-motion green screen animation stations. Download the green screen stop motion lesson from TpT here. See this movieexplaining the process.
See the updated version of the lesson here.
SURREAL HEALTHY CHOICES
Blog post with lesson resources and video
Students' digital spoofs of Son of Man
Students' painted Son of Man portraits
Supplement with Connect a Concept game where students use their social skills and knowledge of art concepts to make connections
The artist interacts with their whirligig cardboard creation in this green screen and stop motion layered video effect. Learn how here.
I'm Here- Empathy and Green Screen
Students fly on their own paper airplane as the boy in the story, I'm Here, as they learn about friendship, animation, and green screen effects. Learn more from my post.
Grab my file from this post so you and your students can Lorax-ify themselves as they celebrate Dr. Seuss' story of the Lorax.
See this post with directions and resources for transforming your learning space into a Grinch Festival with a photo booth that puts students on the cover of Dr. Seuss' book as well as many other Grinch related activities.
Augmented Reality Business Card
Learn here how to make your business card come to life with augmented reality using a green screen video overlay over art.
Flying with Your Snowman
(green screen, shading, storytelling, stop motion animation, cityscape silhouette)
Students fly with their snowman like in the story by Raymond Briggs. See my post for all the steps and resources.