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Day Tripper, a stop motion by LC Beats

Def Wish Cast "Day Tripper"

We present you the latest animation from filmmaker and human beatboxer, Luke Cavalan (aka LC Beats). Entitled “Day Tripper”, the stop motion has actually been created for as the music video for the latest single off Def Wish Cast’s recent album “Evolution Machine” (The hard hitting track features production from esteemed Australian beat maker, Dizz1, and vocals from the UK’s Spikey Tee) The video features claymation caricatures of pioneering Sydney Hip Hop... Read More

Digital art: stop motion

Stop-motion (also known as stop-action or frame-by-frame) is an animation technique to make a physically manipulated object appear to move on its own. The object is moved in small increments between individually photographed frames, creating the illusion of movement when the series of frames is played as a continuous sequence. Clay figures are often used in stop-motion for their ease of repositioning. Stop-motion animation using clay is described as clay animation or clay-mation. A... Read More

Dropbear's latest stop-motion

920 pencils and 5125 images is what what Jonathan Chong (also called Dropbear) needed to put together this very neat stop-motion for the Melbourne-based indie-folk band called Hudson. Enjoy it below. Also included is a “behind the scenes” footage just to tell you how much work this sort of work involves, loads, no really a tremendous amount of time and patience! <iframe width=”649″ height=”330″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/TuBMXS6vU3o?rel=0″... Read More

INSA collaboration with Pepsi Max

INSA gif-iti for PESPSI | Art-Pie

We tend not to plug any commercial stuff on this site but we are happy to do this time since the end result is pretty kick-ass. About Pepsi MAX asked people to tell them about the Pepsi Max Cherry and then got artist INSA involved in order to bring to life their words and opinions – we will focus here on the animated GIF outcome and not on the taste of that drink 🙂 British musician Charli XCX made the soundtrack for this animation How they produced the video below? A... Read More

Self-Portrait Animation made with face paint by Emma Allen

Emma Allen | Art-Pie

This is simply amazing. London-based artist Emma Allen uses face paint to show herself aging, dying, and being reborn. It took her five days of face painting to make all the frames for the animation. The stop motion animation is called “Ruby”  Read More

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