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 at Kubo And The Two Strings 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.
An extremely nifty rotoscoping, stop-motion video for NY trip-hopster
Son Lux’s ‘Change Is Everything’ created by Nathan Johnson and Katie Chastain from The Made Shop, with nothing but pins and rubberised thread.
And time. Lots of time.
making of feature shows the painstaking process of creating 4000 separate frames, pin by pin.
A new compilation of real-world cell animation from stop motion animator, Marty Cooper, who you’ll know from that
We knew him
before he drank the Kool-Aid.