Competition: History Phase 1 | Rank: 3
My crazy clay visualization to the reading of The Declaration of Independence.
The last 3rd is just at animatic stage. It will be fully claymation too, no lame airbrush look.
Would love to hear what you all think!
Competition: Sesame Street | Rank: 9
You Are What You Eat uses humor to teach kids the important lesson that having a healthy body depends on a healthy diet. We learn about healthy food choices like fruit & vegetables and junk food like candy and soda. The video features music by the Zucchini Brothers and animation by IBC Digital.
l'aventure d'une petite souris, dans une chambre endormie...
Competition: History | Rank: 7
My final claymation visualization of Matt Damon reciting the Declaration of Independence.
Competition: Sesame Street | Rank: 61
Three friends play hide and seek in a colorful city. Cube and Pyramid hide by turning yellow while sphere looks for them.
Amateur 7min clay animation realised by 4 french students
Note: 10 first seconds, the image is black, that's alright :)
Movie made in INSA de Rouen :)
A stop motion experiment comprised of almost 400 individual photos, combined in Flash
By: Filip Sterckx
Its a work in progress, but it should give you a good idea of the full video. Actor is Pieter Steeno. Combination of clay stop-motion, projection and digital compositing
Pigeon Pilfer is my senior film from San Francisco State University. It was completed in four months with sixty pounds of clay, a digital SLR camera, and one tiny hot room.
A green cyclops named Ogre Alan tells of his scary childhood past fighting a renegade snowman.
A short film by Dan MacKenzie and voice work by Martin Mayer.