Monday, May 24, 2010

final video

Hey Guys,
Sorry this finally uploaded, so here's furniture melt!


Sunday, May 23, 2010

My Other Half - Lizz Andronaco

ok i finally got everything figured out and here is my final video!


Abbey's videos

here are my projects! i'm still waiting for furniture to upload it's giving me trouble. less so that the video is giving me trouble but that COMCAST IS!!! ugh! but enjoy!


(ps eventually is should be up, just look up "tagmit" as the username for videos and you should find furniture melt. I'm not a big youtube person so this is a tad new to me... I'll post it if it finishes processing and is happy with itself.)

Friday, May 21, 2010

Link to Don't Feed the Birds


I'll be adding this, along with my Berlin video onto vimeo in the next few days too :)





Here are the vimeo uploads of "Snails, Shells and Exhaust Pipe Tails" and "Vampires: Menace and Malice Among Us."

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Time Lapse Reel: Spring 2010 from griffin Lotz on Vimeo.



There's the link to my video's! Enjoy your summer!

Emily Bunin - Final Project


More videos

And since I missed posting last week I thought I would put a second post up this week. Since i have become a member of vimeo I thought I would look for videos there.

Here is a short one, I am not sure how he got this effect but I like it!

I really appreciate the attention to detail in this video (esp. in the set design):

The use of jello as water was a great idea!:

E- 1st claymation

Wednesday, May 19, 2010


So I am having some trouble uploading my claymations to vimeo for some reason, it might be my internet.....But I have one up so far and I plan on continuing to put them all up. Here is my url:


Monday, May 17, 2010

Jurassic Park!

I wanted to end the semester with a bang, so here's Weird Al's Jurassic Park song!

The elements of purely animated drawings and claymation fuse well together into a silly cantata about Jurassic Park. The dinosaurs have great movement and actions, especially when the raptor is looking for the right key for the door. One of the best movements that occur overall has to be Weird Al's hair when it flows smoothly as he moves. Hopefully I will do more claymations and they will start looking like this video because there are many aspects of this piece I would love to imitate as well as revolutionize.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

My 4th video

I tried doing something different this time, It did not come out as well as I had hoped.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

haha this cracks me up, mostly cause I spent the entirety of my childhood playing mario-related games http://www.break.com/index/cool_mario_lego_stop_motion.html

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Javan Ivey

So after randomly browsing online for stop-motion claymation, I came across artist Javan Ivey. I am in love with his work and the way that he uses paper is truly impressive. Here is a link to his work. The blog also shows some of his methods for creating his work. Enjoy!!!



This is what I have so far for my final. The segments aren't in order yet, but I'm having trouble with saving easily in high-quality on stop motion pro (for PCs). Is anyone else using this software???


Star Wars in 2 Minutes

I found a pretty funny Lego Stop Motion video. It's really fast-paced, but still very clear. Some of the segments have impressive animation with lots of objects moving at once.

Sunday, May 9, 2010

This is hysterical

I came across this by accident when I was looking for references for my own piece.
It is hysterical-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cCgALdD4CD4

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

exploration continues

this is the second part of my last movie. I'm planning on having this video playing at the same time as the stop animation.

Useful video for my next video

This video, while it may not be the theme of what I want to do, shows a lot of the technical aspects for my kitchen raid idea.

Final Project Avec SkatKat

So this is what I have done so far. Getting my music to sync with the images was a pain but I n on improving it more. So, yeah, take a gander and tell me what you guys think.

So this is what I have right now. Enjoy what I have!

~ Divya

Un Chien Andalou


Here is the inspiration for my piece and even though it's not a stop motion, it gave me the main idea. It is a Surrealist movie that does not follow any actual storyline by being a sequence of strange and nightmarish images. My "non-story" follows a more linear path, but I would rather have people create their own narrative on how my character reacts to his surroundings.

Final Sketch

So I'm still tweaking my ongoing "Don't Feed the Birds" project, I've decided to squeeze in one final project. Especially after seeing Martha Colburn's work at the Philly Art Museum, I really like the idea of using with paper. I'm going to spend the next few dancing playing around and I will post again as soon as I have something more concrete.

Final Project Update

So, I'm too busy with working on my final project this week to search the internet for a good stop motion movie. Therefore, I guess I'll post the few seconds of footage I actually have edited. I'm trying to do a 2d animation that will feature a character who can interact with the comic-style symbols (?, !, thought bubble, etc) that appear above his head.

Sketch 3---5/4


Here is the final version of my third sketch. Although I might tweak the ending because I am not completely happy with the ending noises.


Monday, May 3, 2010

Really Neat!

DanseDance from Julien Vallée on Vimeo.


Found this article on the history of stop motion animation while doing some googling and thought I would share.

I'm working with fabric for my final piece, and while I was searching for some animations with fabric, I came across this animation that I really liked!

Fabric Kaleidoscope

Saturday, May 1, 2010

this would be awesome


This would be a very large scale kind of video but this is such a successful project that I can't help but applaud... too cool!

Someone do this