Frame-by-frame stop-motion animation styles
Stop-motion animation (or stop-frame animation) involves frame-by-frame manipulation of real objects, physical media, puppets, or even humans. Selective instances of these real elements, recorded successively, are played back to create a new animated reality. An unusual marriage between the real and unreal. A creative reconstruction of the familiar in an unexpected new way.
Creating rich textured paintings, in the painstaking process of painting and repainting, to produce rich animated sequences with an extraordinary quality. The technique requires acute planning and attentive execution, for the process actually destroys each new frame to make the next one. Gradually accumulating the frame-by-frame animation in the memory of the recording device.
Communicating ideas in a quick, fun, infomrative way. Whiteboard animation is about gradually drawing images to assemble elaborate motion compositions. A techniques that dates back to the early days of animated medium, it has become a favorable video marketing tool and a standard for illustrating lectures and talks. Sometimes conceived as a quick production shortcut, yet it is in fact a distinct artistic tool.
Taking a multi-disciplinary approach to stop-motion, mixing media and elements to design an alternate vision of familiar reality. Arranging and rearranging physical objects to create compelling dynamics and life-like motion. Preserving a primal, intuitive, playful quality. Fun, quick and gritty results to amuse and grab attention.
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