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Students at Tokyo Creative Club will learn to create video content, animations, games, figures and more.
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” Every child is an artist.
The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”
Tokyo Creative Club teaches students to develop their natural talent, remain an artist and have fun along the way.
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• Tokyo Creative Club’s approach allows students to tailor their lessons to their interests.
• Students have the freedom to change their focus at any point.
Below are examples of what students can learn at Tokyo Creative Club:
Here are a few aspects of what students can learn at Tokyo Creative Club
Students will learn the basics of creating videos and how to share them using their equipment.
Set the tone and theme for your videos, master camera cuts, transitions, sound and music.
Add and create amazing video effects to your movies to grab people’s attention.
Turn your ideas and drawings into real 3D printed figures or use them in games or videos.
Create amazing cartoons or anime style shorts and share them online or with your friends.
Design 2D/3D monsters, characters and worlds and bring them to life in your own playable game.
Meet the instructors at Tokyo Creative Club
Kyle an instructor at Tokyo Creative Club has a Bachelors of Science majoring in Computer Animation (2D and 3D) and Game Art from Full Sail University a school tailored for animation. He worked with and was taught by Disney animators who worked on Lilo and Stitch, Mulan and game developers who worked on Gears of War, Ratchet and Clank. He has been teaching children of all ages for over 4 years. He has also been studying animation and making games for over 15 years.
Mizuki is a graduate of New York University with a BFA in Film & Television. She has 3 years experience working in the film industry in New York and Tokyo as a video editor and 2D animator, worked on projects such as the NBC documentary “Hope & Fury: MLK, The Movement and the Media” and independent animated short “Agua Viva,” which won a Grand Jury Prize Winner at the 2018 SXSW Film Festival.