Stop-motion matches Tomohiro Okazaki from the YouTube channel SWIMMING made a stop motion video with matches. Lots of imagination and creativity in this impeccably produced 7-minute video.
Mad God – Trailer (2021) Mad God is a stop-motion horror film set in a world full of monsters, mad scientists and warmongers. The film was directed and created by legendary master of visual effects and stop-motion animation Phil Tippett. All figures and sets are made by hand. The film will premiere at the Locarno Festival in August.
When you make your hobby a profession 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.
Going skiing from home The Philipp Klein Herrero wanted to go skiing with his family, but not the traffic restriction of the allowed. So, He decided to make mu short journey to ski in the living room in Barcelona. In fun videos created with the technique of stop motion, we can see him climbing a mountain and then make the descent by ski.
The smallest character in stop-motion animation The University of Franche-Comté and the Université Libre de Bruxelles have joined forces to create the smallest 3D animation character. This last 300μm high is 3-4 times the thickness of a hair. It was manufactured in Brussels using a 3D printer and imaged in Besançon with an electron microscope.
A pizza from Lego A video in stop-motion by preparing a pizza from LEGO pieces. A video from the user Bebop.
Friends with death The American artist Jim McKenzie turned a nice stop-motion video, as well as create the sculpture "Friends With Death". The sculpture depicts the Grim Reaper facing a butterfly has sat on the arm.
The complete restoration of an old Range Rover The engineer Goerge Karellas from Ireland restores a Range Rover Vogue SE 1991, while turning the whole process into a impressive stop-motion video. The video is quite large (1 hour and 30 minutes) but worth a watch even briefly.