The Art of Stop Motion: del Toro’s Pinocchio, Wendell & Wild
The Art of Stop Motion is a mesmerizing Netflix short brimming with inspiration from the finest stop motion filmmakers in the industry. Be captivated as Guillermo del Toro, Mark Gustafson, Henry Selick, and Jordan Peele divulge their secrets to mastering the craft. In short, we get a front-row seat to watch the creators bring their puppets to life. On the whole, the stunning visuals on display in this video are nothing short of awe-inspiring. As a result, you’ll feel energized and eager to apply their techniques.
The Art of Stop Motion | The Filmmakers from Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio and Wendell & Wild
Doing some REAL stop motion? Here’s what the pros use.
The Premier Image Capture Software for Stop Motion Animation, Motion Design & Visual Effects
Dragonframe is the premier frame-grabbing software for stop motion animation and time-lapse photography. Dragonframe has innovated in the world of stop motion software by pushing the functionality beyond frame grabbing to provide a full assortment of production tools.
Or how about Stop Motion simulation? Yep, that’s an option.
Ebberts + Zucker Beatnik is a time-remapping tool for After Effects that includes Stop Motion Simulation
Ebberts + Zucker Beatnik
Unlock new levels of time effects to create beat-driven edits, retiming, audio-reactive speed changes & more with just 1 click.
Beatnik is the first script to combine advanced peak detection with time remapping to allow for unprecedented command of sound-based time effects in After Effects. It’s built for audio-triggered speed ramps, automatic edits, montages and a wide range of retiming capabilities ranging from subtle to extreme.
And for you Premiere Pro editors out there
Stop Motion Convert
Automatic Stop Motion Editing!
This is Stop Motion Convert extension for Adobe Premiere Pro. In brief, it lets you automatically convert a long recording into a complete and final stop-motion animation video!
With the Stop Motion Convert extension, you can edit stop-motion animation videos easier than ever before. Just record a continuous clip on a tripod. Then, move some objects around in the frame. Definitely, its easy!
Posted by Michele Yamazaki