Another wonderfully bizarre, richly soundscaped morphing shenanigans by Guldies Konst – six months and 2,500 images in the making.
An homage to the astounding cardistry of poker dealers by anonymous stop-motion animator ozomoc.
Sound up and be sure to watch to the end.
A stylised stop-motion homage to film noir by director Nicolas D’Agostino featuring a recently released con, coaxed into one last job by ne’er-do-well former cronies.
A surreal stop motion claymation by Guldies Konst which uses sound effects to satisfying effect – imbuing the constantly morphing forms with solidity and weight.
349 by filmmaker and artist Kirsten Lauth Shaeffer – a stop motion animation based on a dance performance composed of synchronised hand drawn frames by over 300 individuals.
Three new short animations using found materials by YouTube-conquering, Oscar and Emmy-nommed stop-motion maestro PES.
Many more here.
A simple animation by Krišs Salmanis, who stenciled a figure at 36 locations along the same street to create the stop motion effect.
A pleasing time-lapse taken during the production of stop-motion film Kubo And The Two Strings at Laika Studios, showing the huge amount of activity required to achieve the smooth animation.
Longer version here.
A rather wonderful, beautifully lit stop-motion 2014 short by Estonian animator Anu-Laura Tuttelberg about a little clay girl lost in a painter’s studio.
By experimental videographer Eran Amir. To wit:
RUN BABY RUN is a 3d printed animation, created 100% in camera, on location, with no green-screen or digital trickery. Over 2,500 unique photos were shot in the making of the video.