Making a Stop-Motion animation Preparation Think carefully about your idea. There should be a story. Use Lego, dolls or toys or anything you think will be fun and interesting. Draw a background on a big piece of paper and cut out paper characters or shoot on a table top or the floor. If you use Blutack try to hide it as much as possible.
Shoot at least 20 images to make your finished stop motion. Keep the camera in the same position - use a tripod if possible or just try to keep the same frame (it doesn't matter if it changes a little each time) Move the subjects a little bit each time. The smaller the movements the smoother the finished result. You can do this with your friends or on your own HAVE FUN
Use Gifmaker.me to make your video. It's a safe site. 1. Upload images 2. Change the Animation Speed setting until it looks good in the Preview window ( I like 250 ) 3. select Create Video Animation 4. and Download this Video