Shadow Machine the legendary stop motion studio where series Robot Chicken, Morel Orel, and Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole got their start comes a raunchy, shocking, and very adult stop motion film, “Hell and Back”. the film shot completely at Shadow Machine Studios stars Milla Kunis, T.J Miller, Susan Sarandon, Michael Pena and a whole lot […]
The legendary Ray Harryhausen was honored recently by being nominated to be on the English 20 pound bank note. The Bank of England is considering many such artists in the field of visual arts, but Harryhausen by far is our favorite. Here’s what the Ray and Diana Harryhausen Foundation has to say about the […]
OMG! Adventure Time Stop Motion!!! And it’s real!!! Okay, enough freaking out. Actually, we knew about this for some time, but were unable to let anyone know due to legal reason. The production was produced at Bix Pix Entertainment and directed by Kirsten Lapore. The group at Bix Pix is amazing and seeing what […]
Zombie Pirate Tales the brainchild creation of the talented Marc Spess has it’s first episode release. It has taken Marc many years to complete this episode having documented his path along the way which all can be seen on his YouTube Channel. Marc prides himself as being a clay animator and the level and skill […]
Recently we were contacted by the band “Tumber Bones” who had a pretty cool music video produced and released. The music is good on the ears and the visuals are a fun ride. Here’s a little insight into the video production. “‘HUNT’ The music video for Timber Bones second single “Hunt” tells the tale of […]
Ele Vr Posted on her Youtube channel in September 2014 a video loop that could most likely be the worlds first 360 panorama stop motion animation. Check it out and tell us what you think.
Gumby Fest has found a new location for this years 2015 Festival. Last year was a huge success and this years event promises to be even bigger. Read more from the Press Release Below!!!
Aardman and Art Ludique are teaming up to bring a long anticipated exhibit of Aardmans past work. The exhibit will run from March 21st to August 30th 2015 and will feature many elements from the studios past world renowned works. Heres a few lines from the museums website This is a major event for the […]
Clay Master is a legendary fighting game originally released back for the Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, and Nintendo 64. It utilized stop motion and clay characters to produce some amazing fight sequences and hours of Jolt soda infused Hyper-Active battles between the youth of the 90’s. The best part was that it even had Earthworm […]
Twice Upon A Time is a cult classic animated film with style and a crazy story line. It was produced by George Lucas and many people don’t know this but it was Henry Selicks first animation gig, at least thats what he said when being interviewed about Coraline back during a promotional event. Many people […]
If you were under a rock and didn’t hear about LAIKA and Heritage Auctions teaming up to fundraise for The Art of Elysium. Then you’ve missed out on a major event. Laika set out to sell for the first time this past week a large assortment of their puppets, props, and preproduction art. The reason […]
Cinematographer/VFX Technical Director Christopher Webb captured the essence of the BMW i8 in this mood film i8 Illumination. The project was realized entirely with in-camera visual effects without any computer-generated imagery. At his studio in Brooklyn, Chris and his team developed optical mechanics, specialty camera motion rigs, and animated lighting units to evoke the power […]
A story of a timid boy and woodland girl who are both connected and separated by fear. They develop a strong bond which becomes almighty in their fantasy world. But as friendship turns to love, fear arrives, and has an unexpected form. Overcoming fear and finding a common journey will not be easy. It will […]
Greg Barth directs chocolate, yes, white chocolate. This surreal and retro interpretation of electronic music was driven by a concept to create a beat using instruments that glitch and deform according to the sound they produce, creating a visual landscape that reflects the sonic one. How did they do that? Greg Barth reveals his secrets: […]
I recently got an email for a call to entries from the Stop Motion Community for some original stop motion shorts. Here’s what we know so far: “Seedy Shorts: Call for Stop-Motion Animation Artists We love seeds. We love art. We love seedy art. So we’re extending our love affair of seeds and art into […]
Recently on file770.com John King Tarpinion wrote with dismay about the teardown of Ray Bradburys home. You can find the pictures and article here. (LINK) I feel that with utter shock and horror we find ourselves in a world where the honor and respect we have for those great legends that came before us […]