“Taming of the Shrew” Stop Motion Induction Scene Project

The stop motion project was contrived by the directors Aaron Quilapio: the editor, Jan Luis Regacho: the photographer, and Timothy Harrison: the supplier. The project represents the induction scene and the beginning of the inset of a play, “Taming of the Shrew” by William Shakespeare. The induction of this project was shown to the audience in the beginning. The induction starts when Sly is intoxicated and continues to ignore the hostess’ threats until he passed out. The inset was produced to the audience near the end of the project where Sly and the page watch as the players do their performance. The directors used Legos to contrive several platforms and props such as the stage floor and the king’s bed. There are plenty of downsides upon making this project such as the amount of frames needed to produce this masterpiece which approximately took more than 300 frames and the amount of precision and accuracy needed to make such project is exorbitantly colossal which was a very difficult task that this group had to face. The group has learned a great quantity of information about this project such as encountering and using new apps such as PicPac and Video Editor. The project has also taught the group that performing tasks such as this could be done easier through cooperation.

6 thoughts on ““Taming of the Shrew” Stop Motion Induction Scene Project”

  1. i really like how the illustrating was done, also how the story was very clear through the actions of the Lego pieces. good job

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