Disney Animation released this image on twitter from their upcoming film entitled Frozen. I dunno about you, but I love the look.
My thanks to @joshanon.
If you haven’t had a chance to see Frankenweenie yet, please do. It encompasses all the wonderful things, good writing, good directing, black and white, and stop motion. It’s fabulous.
And if my praise isn’t enough, you can have an opportunity to peer into the mind of the writer.
This is a great fifteen minute video about how Terry Gilliam does his iconic Monty Python cut out animations. The key is story, story boarding and simplicity. I get the feeling that he had to work under tight deadlines and keeping the technique simple was the key to the quick turn around. Or else, he was just lazy and he popularized a technique that didn’t require a lot of work.
It’s great way to ease into the reality that the holiday is over.
This film from 1957 is just brilliant. It explains the multi-plane camera from Disney. … Continue Reading
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