History Main / StopMotion

18th Jun '17 9:15:17 PM jormis29
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** The ''Franchise/WallaceAndGromit'' shorts, and their 2005 feature film, ''WesternAnimation/TheCurseOfTheWereRabbit'', which won Nick Park three Oscars.
** ''WesternAnimation/ChickenRun'' (the page photo above is of Nick Park on the set)

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** The ''Franchise/WallaceAndGromit'' shorts, and their 2005 feature film, ''WesternAnimation/TheCurseOfTheWereRabbit'', which won Nick Park Creator/NickPark three Oscars.
** ''WesternAnimation/ChickenRun'' (the page photo above is of Nick Park Creator/NickPark on the set)
9th Jun '17 11:09:26 PM TheBigBopper
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Stop Motion is a technique of animation involving physical models as opposed to drawings or CGI. The models have to be moved for every frame. This sort of thing can take a ''very'' long time to film.

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Stop Motion is a technique of animation involving physical models as opposed to drawings or CGI. The models have to be moved into a different pose for every frame. This sort of thing can take a ''very'' long time to film.
21st May '17 3:06:14 PM jamespolk
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** 1952 short film ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neighbours_%28film%29 Neighbours]]'' does this, and the effect (combined with the film's theme of violent EscalatingWar) is one of horror. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wh4DstK2w_Q See it here]].

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** 1952 short film ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neighbours_%28film%29 Neighbours]]'' ''Film/{{Neighbours}}'' does this, and the effect (combined with the film's theme of violent EscalatingWar) is one of horror. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wh4DstK2w_Q See it here]].
6th May '17 5:46:55 PM nombretomado
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* As the ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' toys became more poseable and screen accurate it has become more common for fans to create their own stop motion Transformers ''series'' or recreate a battle scene, especially from [[TransformersFilmSeries the movies]] for their memorable action sequences.

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* As the ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' toys became more poseable and screen accurate it has become more common for fans to create their own stop motion Transformers ''series'' or recreate a battle scene, especially from [[TransformersFilmSeries [[Film/TransformersFilmSeries the movies]] for their memorable action sequences.
10th Apr '17 8:49:15 AM jamespolk
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* Norman [=McLaren=]'s 1952 short film ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neighbours_%28film%29 Neighbours]]'' does this with live actors, and the effect (combined with the film's theme of violent EscalatingWar) is one of horror. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wh4DstK2w_Q See it here]].

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* Norman [=McLaren=]'s "pixilation" short films that used stop motion with live actors.
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1952 short film ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neighbours_%28film%29 Neighbours]]'' does this with live actors, this, and the effect (combined with the film's theme of violent EscalatingWar) is one of horror. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wh4DstK2w_Q See it here]].here]].
** ''Film/AChairyTale'' features a man struggling to sit down on a sentient chair that flees from him.
8th Apr '17 10:18:17 AM kazokuhouou
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** For bonus points, title character Orel himself does stop motion animation as a hobby, and is usually seen doing it in the credits. The episode "Orel's Movie Premiere" centers around his first stop motion animation movie (which, for the record, used a blend of claymation and puppets).

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** For bonus points, title character Orel himself does stop motion animation as a hobby, and is usually seen doing it in the credits.credits with his religious figurines. The episode "Orel's Movie Premiere" centers around his first stop motion animation movie (which, for the record, used a blend of claymation and puppets). It got real meta during the end credits of that episode where Orel does an animation...of himself doing animation.
30th Mar '17 2:20:31 PM leenonychus
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* ''WebAnimation/OfWeaselsAndChickens''
12th Mar '17 7:28:05 AM Korodzik
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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2N0TkfrQhY official music video]] for Music/{{Queen}}'s "Music/{{Innuendo}}" features a short claymation segment halfway through, with clay jesters capering and clapping.
24th Feb '17 12:34:54 PM TheNicestGuy
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* Creator/AardmanAnimations produced a series of experimental pixilation shorts called ''Angry Kid'', straight to the web, sporadically starting in 1999 and revived in 2015. The sets were traditional and life-size, and supporting characters were simply animated puppets on a large scale. The title character, however, was a live actor who was posed and filmed like a stop motion puppet. The added twist is that the actor wore full-head poseable masks that were also animated for facial expressions and lip synch. In the revival, facial animation is CGI instead.
15th Feb '17 11:26:15 AM StFan
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** In 1912[[note]]various sources give different release dates for his first films, ranging from 1911 to 1912[[/note]] he released several shorts including ''Film/TheCameramansRevenge'', which parodied contemporary parlour melodramas, quasi-medieval[[labelnote:*]]with swords, halberds, siege towers, bottes fortes, shrapnel and dynamite[[/labelnote]] drama ''The Beautiful Lukanida'', a fairy tale ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jCZL4K6E1jc The Insects' Christmas]]''. The characters were mostly beetles, with occasional dragonfly or a grasshopper. The funny thing is: most viewers though the insects were alive and Starevich was an excellent insect trainer.

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** In 1912[[note]]various sources give different release dates for his first films, ranging from 1911 to 1912[[/note]] he released several shorts including ''Film/TheCameramansRevenge'', ''Animation/TheCameramansRevenge'', which parodied contemporary parlour melodramas, quasi-medieval[[labelnote:*]]with swords, halberds, siege towers, bottes fortes, shrapnel and dynamite[[/labelnote]] drama ''The Beautiful Lukanida'', a fairy tale ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jCZL4K6E1jc The Insects' Christmas]]''. The characters were mostly beetles, with occasional dragonfly or a grasshopper. The funny thing is: most viewers though the insects were alive and Starevich was an excellent insect trainer.
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