Clever stop motion animation movie



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14 Jan 2018 02:30 - +3235
Source if anybody is interested https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yG_k2Zlw7Y&t=
14 Jan 2018 00:58 - +1882
There was a time when I wanted to do claymation. Then I looked up how it's made. This guy probably spent months on this 30 second clip
14 Jan 2018 00:32 - +1311
See ya later. Going to look up a video on how these are made.
14 Jan 2018 00:34 - +316
This is what a Tool video would look like if they played in major keys.
14 Jan 2018 00:55 - +221
The handle on the well turns as the ground shakes from the tree chopping. Subtle details are great.
14 Jan 2018 00:39 - +178
This is so fluidic. Don't even want to think of the number of pictures taken to do something at this level
14 Jan 2018 03:56 - +176
What Ben Wyatt expected his claymation to end up like
14 Jan 2018 03:50 - +150
How do they do the pieces in the air? Like when he chops wood, it's in the air for quite a few frames. Unsure how that works here.
14 Jan 2018 03:07 - +45
I love how he gave weight to everything.
14 Jan 2018 03:09 - +22
[Source](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yG_k2Zlw7Y&t=)
14 Jan 2018 03:49 - +21
I love the attention to detail with the axe bounce
14 Jan 2018 00:57 - +16
Got more impressive as it went on.
14 Jan 2018 02:49 - +13
RuneScape tutorial island!
14 Jan 2018 03:21 - +11
r/thingsforants
14 Jan 2018 01:54 - +9
I’m not 100% who this is but if you guys want to see good stop motion videos look up PES on YouTube. He’s pretty amazing with his work
14 Jan 2018 01:01 - +9
Source?
14 Jan 2018 04:33 - +8
Awesome post but please credit the creator in the title and a text post
14 Jan 2018 03:52 - +8
sigh, now i have to go play stardew valley
14 Jan 2018 05:25 - +6
Ben Wyatt is really stepping up his game...
14 Jan 2018 01:02 - +6
Source?
14 Jan 2018 04:38 - +6
🎼(REM music intro) “Stand in the place..” I’ve been working 3 weeks on this.
14 Jan 2018 06:15 - +5
Oh boy way to rip the ENTIRE MOVIE OFF and not post the source! It's in the comments now, but jesus christ man. Also, the sound design is amazing, do yourself a favor and check out the actual video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yG_k2Zlw7Y&t=
14 Jan 2018 05:54 - +5
BEN Wyatt unemployed again?
14 Jan 2018 07:04 - +4
YES!!! MY MAN GULDIES GETTING THE ATTENTION HE DESERVES
14 Jan 2018 05:32 - +4
To make it more apparent, the artist is GULDIES who does incredible stop animation work. This is his newest. This is his Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/guldies/ This is his patreon: https://www.patreon.com/guldies I would highly encourage considering following and or pledging to their patron
14 Jan 2018 04:25 - +4
This is like if Ben kept trying on his claymation adventure !
14 Jan 2018 01:54 - +4
I want to see a video game with this for graphics
14 Jan 2018 05:26 - +4
I compared it to avatar!!!
14 Jan 2018 04:59 - +3
Live action Minecraft
14 Jan 2018 06:00 - +3
This is incredible!
14 Jan 2018 05:15 - +3
Ben Wyatt has stepped up his claymation skills.
14 Jan 2018 05:07 - +3
Guldies on YouTube
14 Jan 2018 02:02 - +3
This was fantastic
14 Jan 2018 05:31 - +3
Shame on you for converting this into a gif.
14 Jan 2018 04:42 - +3
OK, how does stop motion work with objects that are in flight or falling?
14 Jan 2018 07:24 - +3
As an amateur animator, I just gotta know how the heck you made those flying particle chips look so dang smooth!?
14 Jan 2018 09:11 - +3
Wish OP hadn't cut so much and actually included source or the actual video without the gif. The sound really makes it and it all comes together properly.
14 Jan 2018 00:28 - +2
This is pretty cool. I always appreciate stop motion movies more because of how long it takes to make.
14 Jan 2018 05:29 - +2
Diminutive Technology
14 Jan 2018 04:33 - +2
This reminds me of Tumble Leaf
14 Jan 2018 05:20 - +2
What I need to know is how they suspend the objects that are floating in the air such as the wood chunks. Is it attached to fishing line from above or something?
14 Jan 2018 04:36 - +2
Having done stop motion that simply looks exhausting. I really hope there is a stand for that poor soul's hand just off screen.
14 Jan 2018 05:36 - +2
Requiem for a Tuesday... > **STAND IN THE PLACE WHERE YOU--**
14 Jan 2018 04:38 - +2
Reminds me a bit of https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNJdJIwCF_Y
14 Jan 2018 05:19 - +2
This feels like an interpretation of minecraft. Especially the water. He adds a bucket of water to other water to make a bigger pool of water....that suddenly has fish in it. That's literally how minecraft works (I haven't played in years, so they might have changed that).
14 Jan 2018 04:41 - +2
Serious question, I know that stop motion takes a ton of time and patience for every second of finished video. Is regular animation or even CG animation more or less tedious/work than stop motion? I understand there are different aspects to each. Classic hand drawn animation takes drawing every frame, but stop motion is manipulating so many parts. CG has benefits where you build a model that can be moved at certain points, but so is stop motion. Really wondering which is the most work? I would imagine CG, just because of how many people it takes to make one. I just imagine stop motion being typically done by smaller teams of people.
14 Jan 2018 05:27 - +2
I don’t have enough pivots that I can give to the person who made this.
14 Jan 2018 04:59 - +2
This one minute gif took a year to make
14 Jan 2018 05:34 - +2
r/BenWyatt
14 Jan 2018 05:00 - +2
And it only took 2 years to make!

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