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July 11, 2009

MICHAEL JACKSON NEVERLAND GARAGE SALE (Claymation)

MICHAEL JACKSON NEVERLAND GARAGE SALE (Claymation)This is one of the funniest things I've ever seen. I found it on an Italian Website, although i think it's Canadian. If anyone knows, please leave a comment.
~ nichopoulooza

STARVEILLANCE
The company most famous for Clay Animation is undoubtedly Aardman English, author of Wallace and Gromit and Morph, the feature in Hens Escape, the real gems like Creature comforts (English version "Interviews Mai Viste" rose on Channel 5 in Christmas 2005) or short films including the dreamy Off Beat.
In 2005 a fire destroyed the entire stock of Aardman, Bristol, with all the characters and scenes built up over decades by David Sproxton and Peter Lord. It has saved little material that was in another warehouse, fortunately including the original film. The allure of animation craft lies in creating concrete objects: the work is made more precious by the fact that a witness to the artistic work remains something tangible. The stores are real museums and takes each piece is invaluable because, as opposed to digital data, is not reproducible. In the case of stop motion in general and in particular the claymation animation work merges with that of the designer and sculptor. The term Claymation is the contracted Clay Animation, is often used incorrectly as a synonym for Stop Motion, but only refers to animation in step one of the characters and objects molded malleable material (usually clay - plasticine - or put). This period between the other is a Trade Mark registered by its inventor, the brilliant animator Will Vinton, who was the pioneer of this technique. Among his creations remember Tales of the Trilogy (1977-79 - The Little Prince, Martin the Cobbler, Rip Van Winkle - available entirely online, but without original audio), the feature film "The Adventures of Mark Twain" (1985), hundreds the spot, and the short film Closed Mondays (1974) winner of the OSCE. Here we see the first part documentary in which dell'eccentrico Vinton describes the work of its staff: Unfortunately not considered a foregone conclusion is that the animation from the beginning was considered a form of art and expression for all the target audiences. As we have already observed in previous posts, many videos made by techniques instinctively unreasonably link to a world child uses a language and a key to open only for adult audiences. If in Italy there is now a production directed in this sense, abroad, and especially in the U.S. and Canada, animations for adults are much appreciated, and fortunately, though for now only in rare cases, are also acquired from us. To date the Italian networks claymation animations aired on the main stream channels are directed only to a public preschool, and among these are those of the artist Fusako Yusaki, Japanese home and Milan, (Peo Gallery, and Nacio Pomme, animations dell'Albero Blue), and Spanish Pocoyo, minimal and very original.



Some channels have bought the TV Series for adults from the Canadian cuppa Coffee, producer of animation in plasticine very successful in North America: MTV forward for ten years seguitissimo Celebrity Deathmatch, a parody of wrestling in which the star is challenging battles in the ring comic and bloody, E - entertainment (Sky 114) instead acquired a few years Starveillance (Starveglianza), in which the star completely rebuilt and double are represented in a "pseudo" everyday under the sign of an irony edge.





Stop Motion - Claymation
26/02/2009 'Gaming Art: Crayon The Chroma Key - From Matrix to Amanda Lear » The term Claymation is the contracted Clay Animation, is often used incorrectly as a synonym for Stop Motion, but only refers to animation in step one of the characters and objects molded malleable material (usually clay - plasticine - or put). This period between the other is a Trade Mark registered by its inventor, the brilliant animator Will Vinton, who was the pioneer of this technique. Among his creations remember Tales of the Trilogy (1977-79 - The Little Prince, Martin the Cobbler, Rip Van Winkle - available entirely online, but without original audio), the feature film "The Adventures of Mark Twain" (1985), hundreds the spot, and the short film Closed Mondays (1974) winner of the OSCE. Here we see the first part documentary in which dell'eccentrico Vinton describes the work of its staff:"MICHAEL JACKSON" NEVERLAND "elephant man" nose baby veils "hypobaric chamber" "GARAGE SALE" "Stop Motion" Claymation STARVEILLANCE Aardman nichopoulooza "celebrity deathmatch" RomaEuropa Webfactory omaeuropawebfactory Canadian OKNOtiziehe TV