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Category Archives: Stop Motion
Want to see something that will hurt your brain? Want to see some crazy claymation that will do nothing but possibly give you nightmares? Here you go!
Awesome stop-motion music video that goes through time. Really good stuff.
Pretty good stop-motion music video for this Melbourne indie band called Hudson. Hudson – Against The Grain from Dropbear on Vimeo.
The song itself is French and the music video done by a French couple called Jesse and Joy. It’s a pretty adorable stop motion video using all sorts of sweets. The internet is full of stop motion these days, but … Continue reading
A stop motion film highlighting discrimination and self worth. Kind of long but really sweet story. Zero from Zealous Creative on Vimeo.
A cute fan-made stop motion video for the Maccabee’s song, “It’s Only Love”. The video is a bit emo but still enjoyable.
A crazy stop-motion long exposure film using 57 stencils and 5300 pictures. Not too shabby. Subcarpati – Am crescut pe la Romana from z00x on Vimeo.
A very awesome and colorful stop motion video for an “eh” electronic song. See more funny videos and funny pictures at CollegeHumor.
Boasting itself as the world’s smallest stop motion film, this adorable video was shot using a new lens and technology from Nokia.
An amazingly adorable stop motion video featuring a woman whose dreams take on a life of their own. Thanks to Brit for the find.
Someone claimed this is Korean with American dubs, and I wondered at one point whether the dubs were overlaid by someone to put it in a different context, but such is not the case. It follows the tails of a … Continue reading
Another artistic stop-motion video that doesn’t really go anywhere. This was created entirely by hand, and although it’s a bit long and the music is very 8-bit techno, it has a charm I find appealing.