Stop Motion Animation - The Missing Stickman. Although it does not have the most complicated storyline, I enjoyed this stop motion. Like this animation, I'd also like to focus my animation around one singular character created by a household object.
Elliot and Yves took the two most traditional and time-honoured animation processes – stop-motion and traditional hand-drawn 2D animation – and combined them to create something innovative and unique. http://www.themethodcase.com/john-lewis-the-bear-the-hare-the-making-of/
ANIMATION STUDIO: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO CREATE STOP-MOTION PICTURES ON YOUR CELL PHONE OR DIGITAL CAMERA by Helen Piercy. Piercy, an animator who runs workshops for kids, has created a fantastic kit that includes sets and props, as well as an easy to read book about how to make stop-motion and several other kinds of animated movies! This will definitely keep the kids busy this Winter break!
So this is how its done! The A -Z of creating a project with yours truly and my talented band of magicians. I wanted to show all the different steps involved in the creation process while adding an explosion of colour and wackiness to it all! Credits: Director and Visual Concept - Salman Sajun Art Director - Sarah Ouellet Lead Stop-Motion Animator - Anna Berezowsky Paper Props Specialist - Pauline Loctin Stop-Motion Animator - Laura Stewart Stop-Motion Animator / Art Department - R...