Available from 1st July 2021 on ‘Cinemagic TV’
The ‘Creativity Corner’ activities, part of Cinemagic Dublin Online, offer a series of FREE practical tutorials for young people.
HOW TO DESIGN ANIMATION CHARACTERS
Learn how to design animation and cartoon characters from scratch by following some basic principles and a step-by-step process that is both fun and educational. A perfect activity to get young people to discover and develop their creative talents.
CREATE THE HOME THEATRE EXPERIENCE USING YOUR PHONE OR TABLET
Learn how to create your own private immersive cinema experience using a cardboard box and a tablet or smartphone. When finished you can lie down and enjoy the wonders of movie magic, in the cosy comfort of home, in your very own unique film theatre. Click HERE for Method and Materials
DESIGN AND MAKE A CINEMA SNACK-BOX
Transform an old cereal box into your own super cool movie snack tray, bringing the theatre experience straight to your home. Enjoy chilling on the sofa with all your favourite treats sitting handy in your brand new snack-box. Perfect for your next family movie night! Click HERE for Method and Materials
HOW TO MAKE A MOVIE CLAPPERBOARD DOOR SIGN
A clapperboard, film clapper or film slate, is a black and white board used on film sets to assist in the synchronising of picture and sound. Now you can make your very own version of this iconic movie symbol by using simple materials and a little imagination to create an awesome door sign for your room. Click HERE for Method and Materials
A ‘GORE-GEOUS’ WITCH SFX MAKE-UP TUTORIAL
Using Ben Nye green, black and purple face paint, Ben Nye translucent powder, red lipstick, a wig, and some witchy props, watch make-up artist Connie McGrath transform herself from girl to ghoul! With a little bit of gore added at the end, you can experiment with more than one look, making this a great make-up tutorial for any fancy dress party! Click HERE for Materials
CREATE YOUR OWN SUPER ROBOTS!
There have been countless iconic cyborgs, droids & androids throughout cinema history: Robby from THE FORBIDDEN PLANET, heroic TRANSFORMERS, cuddly medical droid Baymax from BIG HERO 6, loveable little eco-bot WALL-E, Ted Hughes’ Mysterious ‘IRON GIANT’, to name but a few. Create your own super robot design using paper cups, straws & coloured card in this fabulous tutorial from Reza Ben Gajra!