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Still/Stop Motion Animation
There is a way to make animation with a still camera or a usual DV
If you saw movies like Chicken Run you must know that where done in this way:
"...There is no CGI wizardry here; the stop-motion techniques employed by Lord, Park, and their team have changed relatively little since the days of the original King Kong. Each of the 110,000 frames of film that comprise the movie has to be treated as an individual shot. After each frame is photographed, the animators make minor movements, change facial expressions, and so on before shooting the next frame and repeating the process all over again. Using these techniques, the Aardman team has been able to create fluid, realistic movement that gives the characters a natural, lifelike feel..."
Its obvious Chicken Run was done using much
professional/expensive equipments and more skilled people.
Common used techniques:
Oops! I almost forget... Why explaining this?!
What is missing to the software now is:
I think I will get it running in some weeks, so come back soon...
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