Tag Archives | Stop-Motion

…Dot has tiny adventures?

Dot is “the world’s smallest stop-motion animation character” (she’s only 9mm tall) shot entirely on a Nokia N8 with a microscope attachment called the CellScope.

Enjoy:

…Moleskine makes Mini Planner magic?

For the release of their Mini Planners, Moleskine created this fantastic stop motion video to show all the things that you can do with a written day:

[Moleskine – Planners]

…Tim Knol is king?

The music video for Tim Knol’s When I Am King uses a combination of stop motion and pyrography, or the soldering of images onto wood, to create a very new and unique look that works quite well for the desired effect:

If you liked the video, you can see more about how they made it HERE.

[Via: Josh Spear]

…It’s Movie Monday: Drift?

Drift is a short that combines digital stills into a stop motion animation, but in a way that I’ve never seen done before.

It’s rather hard to describe, so I suggest that you watch it and see what I mean:

…Scanners can tell stories?

Memoirs of a Scanner is a short film that was shot entirely on the bed of a Canon scanner, one scan at a time.

Despite those limitations (or perhaps because of them) the story is rather interesting, and makes you wonder just what the scanners of the world are privy to exactly: