Missing Link is finally on DVD! For those of you who missed it in theaters (some say the marketing was very limited), you can now watch it at home. Collider reviewed the new release and they go through all of the additional behind the scenes clips that they added on. So if you'd like to know what went into making the film, this may be a great resource to have handy for inspiration when you're not feeling creative. Take a look at the trailer and read the Collider review by clicking here.
Stop motion armature specialist Animation Toolkit has partnered with Aardman to design and create a bespoke armature kit to help stop motion animation students and enthusiasts with the puppet making process.
The Aardman Animation Kit includes eight easy to assemble products, from a customizable Character Kit to a compact A2 Studio Stage – perfect for the bedroom animator.
The kit is now available to pre-order on the Animation Toolkit website
If you've watched TV lately you may have run across these fun and creative stop motion commercials for the Trolli gummy candies. "Animation lover, Film maker & Editor" Joe Eckworth was behind them and he's released this video showing the commercials and what went into making them. You're definitely going to be inspired. Make sure to visit his Instagram page over here as well as his Vimeo page over here.
Sony Pictures Animation is developing a stop-motion “Superbago” movie with “Robot Chicken” exec producers/animators John Harvatine and Eric Towner directing.
‘Superbago’ features two irreverent stop-motion characters dropped in a live-action world. The audience will skew older than recent features.
Gotham Group’s Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, “Napoleon Dynamite” director Jared Hess and Eric Robinson are producing.
Hess, Ricky Blitt, Hubbel Palmer and Chris Bowman are writing “Superbago,” centering on a pair of superhero wannabes. Towner told Variety that “Superbago” has offbeat origins.
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When I think of my favorite Stop Motion films, I think of Coraline, Chicken Run and The Wrong Trousers. Aardman Animations produced two of those, so I’m over the top excited to report that Nick Park and Co are working on more Wallace & Gromit productions. While Park is not ruling out another Wallace & Gromit movie, it’s more likely the pair will feature in multiple shorts for the small screen. And not all that short really, as he’s thinking 30 minutes each.
Read more about it in the linked article from Hollywood Reporter here.
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