This stop motion video has been made by Dutch visual artist Rogier Wieland for Moleskine. These compact and colourful planners are the smallest in the Moleskine catalogue so far. They are about the same size as a pack of tissues.
Target Dreaming Girl Commercial - This animation is very similar to 'Her Morning Elegance' From location to individual. Yet from this you get the impression it was created on a larger scale, the sheets may give an illusion of something greater than in reality. I think the way in which a person can be animated in this way is rather interesting as movement is natural to humanity. But having your actions predetermined and made by another individual is more challenging.
What I like about this stop motion is the different ways paper is used to create the animation, such as unrolling and scrunching. This makes the animation more interesting as the different methods of making the paper move help to provide a smooth transition between frames and stop the animation becoming too repetitive. This animation helps to inspire ideas for my own film such as using paper as a main medium and the different ways I can make the paper move to provide an interesting visual
French Guacamole by PES - I really like this stop-motion because of the detail and care that was taken into making the foods seem realistic. However, if I was to make a piece like this I would struggle to make it seem so professional as I don't have the materials.
Stop-motion food for Blackmores Superfoods Director: Lucinda Schreiber Production Company: Photoplay Films Agency: The Monkeys Executive Producer: Oliver Lawrance Producer: Emma Thompson Post Production: Resolution Design
This is a simple "M" which has the outlines animated first, then the rest is filled in. It looks like it's made from electricity during the animation, then transitions to the more traditional style of logo.