stop-motion animation


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stop-motion animation

The original technique used to create an animated sequence. Each frame is created and photographed (or digitized) independently. Contrast with computer animation. See claymation.
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Stop-motion animation (or "stop-frame," as Park calls it) creates the illusion of movement through a series of still images.
With glowing fibre-optic caterpillars and coccoon-shaped lanterns, our exhibition will reveal a projected stop-motion animation of moths.
45pm) THIS stop-motion animation is simply one of the best family films in years.
BBC1 first airs the children's tele-vision series Bagpuss, made by Peter Firmin and Oliver Postgate's Small-films in stop-motion animation
His creations include film, television, stop-motion animation, children's books, mascots, parade floats, toy prototypes and fancy-schmancy gallery shows with people whom he has absolutely nothing to talk about.
Harryhausen was a protg of Willis O'Brien, a pioneer in stop-motion animation who was the visual effects supervisor for 1933's "King Kong," generally regarded as a milestone in motion picture animation, in large part because it melded the animated ape's actions with those of human actors.
The characters were two-dimensional, but the students had to use stop-motion animation to make them "move.
It is one of the simplest and neatest stop-motion animation apps.
Burton resurrects stop-motion animation and a dead dog in a stunning 3-D black-and-white reworking of his 1984 live action short of the same name.
In An Adventure with Scientists (PG): Aardman's latest stop-motion animation.
I love to use stop-motion animation as it is a challenge, so with every frame there is enjoyment.