A waste is a terrible thing to mind

Stop motion (also known as stop action) 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. Motion animation using clay is called clay animation or clay-mation.

A stop motion video i made with a dry erase board calendar at home one night. made this stopmotion video for minilogue this summer, this is the short version.
all made on whiteboard so…no undo/redo
the long version will be available on the DVD.
released on crosstown rebels.

stopmotion video Stop motion works much like a still camera, capturing frames when you click Capture. Making StopMotion Video If you love to make movie magic, stopmotion video should definitely be in your spell book. Stopmotion video is one of the oldest special effects techniques in all of moviemaking. You will also need a digital video camera, some stopmotion software, and a good location where you can produce your movie. Creating a stopmotion movie can be time- consuming, so finding a location that will not be physically disturbe. Stop Motion Sequences Creative image composition and manual exposure functionality make DSLRs great tools for creating  Stop motion is the oldest of all animation techniques, and was used to breathe life into all the earliest movie. Your images will not be stored on tape, but rather in your com puter using stopmotion software, which I will go into detail about shortly. When there is a tape inside a video camera that is not recording, most cameras will utilize. Transitions and effects are rarely used within a stop motion video, though, because they’ll interfere with the overall animation, but you might want to use them for your titles and credits. 3. Timing At this stage, you now really start.



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