Justin Russ, is an animation creator at Blizzard. He is the man who invented the movements of the Sylvanas, Hanzo and many other Blizzard characters. Here he shows us how he created a stop-motion animation with a Viking.
AR 2 The artist Iombre McSteez comes back with the second part of "Aug(from)mented Reality", a video in which the cartoon characters are invading people's daily lives. These little creatures painted on slides, and got life with the help of stop motion technique and a smartphone. Click here for the first part.
Tom & Jerry at 60fps: old cartoon with smooth motion Using the video editing motion interpolation method, ένας χρήστης μετέτρεψε μια σκηνή από τα κινούμενα σχέδια Tom & Jerry σε βίντεο με 60 καρέ/δευτερόλεπτο. The novel intermediate frames generated digitally, something that appears only in very quick movements.
Shiny: a hero in stop-motion As carefree walks in a street, a man meets a woman in distress. The "Shiny" It is a fun stop-motion animation, where the characters are clothes. Created by Daniel Cloud Campos and Spencer Susser.
The best chase scene in the history of stop-motion It has been regarded as one of the most difficult scenes ever filmed in animation film. The Wallace and Gromit chasing the penguin Feathers McGraw in this excellent stop-motion scene of Oscar-winning film "Wallace & Gromit: The Wrong Trousers" 1993.
The “paper” Honda ad The American Director of animated films and several short films PES, offers us his latest creation: The Honda "Paper" tells the story of the Japanese manufacturer Honda company through a stop-motion film created with pieces of paper. To complete the animation, It took dozens of illustrators, thousands of drawings and four months of work.
The job of a coefficient in film “Boxtrolls” According to the production company, a factor of film "Boxtrolls" moving the puppets needed to spend approx. one week, for 4 seconds to turn traffic (100 frames) in a scene. It is understandable seeing this timelapse, with a puppeteer to create stop-motion into two characters. This scene is from the end credits of the film.
Luminaris In a world that moves and is controlled by the light, the design of an ordinary human being can change everything. A short film of Juan Pablo Zaramella, they are made entirely in stop-motion.