Snakes and Bones

With John animating and me (Mike) as support, we plowed through many many seconds of animation in a couple days.

We exported the animation from Dragonframe and applied RS Motion Blur in After Effects. We were pretty excited by the results!

The rendered file:

Stop Motion Scaresnake – Raw Animation with Motion Blur

But really, I say the only way to experience the tedium craftsmanship of stop motion animation is to see it being created one frame at a time. Thanks to those who joined us and asked questions while we broadcast our animation sessions over Ustream!

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