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Tag Archives: stop motion
From the creatively warped mind of Tim Burton (“Alice in Wonderland,” The Nightmare Before Christmas”) comes the feature-length “Frankenweenie,” a heartwarming tale about a boy and his dog. After unexpectedly losing his beloved dog Sparky, young Victor harnesses the power … Continue reading
Here’s another bit of out of the box advertising from the Disney Company, Disney Consumer Products and Disney Living. It’s a marvelous stop motion short story featuring one of their Snow White dolls. You can find the whole
Crikey! A lot of work went into the Cars 2 trailer recreated entirely in LEGO. Here’s a behind the scenes video showing how they did it: Video: Keith Malone, LEGO Creative Director, talks about how the all LEGO Cars 2 … Continue reading
This is a stop motion project showing one persons travels through EPCOT and around the World Showcase Lagoon. The video took 6 hours to shoot, 12 hours to edit, and required professional software to handle the 5,151 photos that were … Continue reading
Going to see Alice in Wonderland this week? Then bone up on your Tim Burton with a great career recap from FlickeringMyth.com. The first three parts of the four part story are now live. Part one, two, and three.