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At The End of Everything Else- stop motion and theatre in London

Started Apr 1 0 Replies

Hiya, I've just been to the first performances of 'At The End of Everything Else' a theatre piece for children currently on at the Unicorn Childrens theatre, Tooley Street; London Bridge, London- The…Continue

Fred for the short oscar?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Don Carlson Jan 19. 6 Replies

anyone know if Fred by Misha Klein got a nomination for the short animation oscar?if not, he was robbed.Continue

RAY HARRYHAUSEN: SPECIAL EFFECTS TITAN plus Q&A

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Tomasiewicz Nov 5, 2012. 2 Replies

Just stumbled upon this premiere screening of a new Documentary about Ray, in London this Friday- with the man himself and more in attendance- I booked tickets instantly, but there are not many left-…Continue

Dragonframe automation- and Frontlight/backlight generally

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Horabin Oct 17, 2012. 15 Replies

Hi AllIt looks like I have talked myself and others into using frontlight/ backlight on the next shoot instead of Keying- I am confident with the theory and can figure out most of the workflow, but…Continue

 

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John Horabin replied to Mike's discussion Where the Animators Roam... A Sort of Survey.
"Oh! stop motion Little Prince could be beautiful! might even just top Old Gene Wilder as the Fox in the classic movie... good luck with this, and keep us informed!"
Apr 1
John Horabin posted a discussion

At The End of Everything Else- stop motion and theatre in London

Hiya, I've just been to the first performances of 'At The End of Everything Else' a theatre piece for children currently on at the Unicorn Childrens theatre, Tooley Street; London Bridge, London- The piece is a fascinating multi-style devised piece, which I've been part of for the last 14 months- i provided stop motion animation of one of the main characters- (curiously enough, a little bird- i've been watching lots of you doing birds here, and laughing as i did the same stuff too)and long…See More
Apr 1
John Horabin replied to Zaid's discussion Junk Head 1 (Might be a little NSFW)
"yeah, i saw this the other day too, very interesting and well done, big project- and he is kicksarting to expand it- i like it a lot, the 'minion' characters are particularly well and simply realised- and some great camera moves as…"
Jan 20
Don Carlson replied to John Horabin's discussion Fred for the short oscar?
"Amazing work, and I also agree that 'Fred should at least have gotten nominated. That little film has been inspiring me since at least 2007. Misha's always been so humble about it. At the premiere in Portland, the sound stopped working and…"
Jan 19
Timmus replied to John Horabin's discussion Fred for the short oscar?
"Wow. That "Fred" animation by Misha is unbelievable! I agree with you all. This is made by far well enough to deserve proper recognition, is an amazing example of stop motion film making and animating and if not from the herd then at least…"
Jan 19
John Horabin replied to John Horabin's discussion Fred for the short oscar?
"Thanks for agreeing Oldschooler, and i likewise agree with all you said too- I teach stop motion in London, and when Fred first became known to me, earlier this year, we basically kept watching it in every lesson, and absorbing more and more of…"
Jan 19
Oldschooler replied to John Horabin's discussion Fred for the short oscar?
"Oscar was the first thing I thought the first time I saw it. Disappointing, but not surprising, give it to someone less deserving instead. Maybe it will go to a super-talented supercomputer/ human hybrid abomination. And then…"
Jan 18
John Horabin replied to John Horabin's discussion Fred for the short oscar?
"daylight robbery- easily the best stop motion performance i've ever seen... "Fred", in my opinion, is the new high bar for character based work."
Jan 18
Thiago Calçado replied to John Horabin's discussion Fred for the short oscar?
"Unfortnatelly it was not nominated... But it should have been there on the list!"
Jan 17
John Horabin posted a discussion

Fred for the short oscar?

anyone know if Fred by Misha Klein got a nomination for the short animation oscar?if not, he was robbed.See More
Jan 17
John Horabin commented on Thiago Calçado's video
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Stop Motion Reel - Minhocas

"excellent work, also nice to see a replacement face piece that has embraced the seam line, rather than rubbing it out- imo, a much better result...dont apologise, find a design reason ...once again, butter smooth animation, well done Thiago."
Jan 17
John Horabin commented on Gabriel Möhring's video
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IOA (english subtitle)

"This is a great piece, beautifully realised, thanks for sharing it. "
Nov 4, 2013
John Horabin replied to McTodd's discussion RAY HARRYHAUSEN HAS JUST DIED!
"bless them both, farewell..."
Oct 8, 2013
John Horabin replied to Dennis's discussion KING KONG IN UK
"thanks for the heads up, glad to still have the video recorder...cheers Dennis!"
Sep 13, 2013
John Horabin commented on Matthew Wierenga's video
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Marionette

"Beautiful Matt, i wondered which course you meant, but see it is at Bournemouth- of course...really nice atmosphere and buttery smooth characteranimation- good luck at Encounters."
Sep 11, 2013
Animator replied to John Horabin's discussion Son of Motion control in dragonframe
"A test I shot. Still rough but the movement is just about right. Using motion control is so much fun. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlWbyDVPUNc&feature=share&list=UUHGWcnPFEwscW25tXzXj5Bg"
Aug 23, 2013

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At 12:40pm on June 9, 2012, Strider said…

Hey John! Glad you told me who you were - I didn't remember the name! Welcome "over here!"

At 3:02pm on September 25, 2012, Grace Diggens said…

Yeah! I've skimmed through a few threads and it looks pretty awesome. Hopefully I'll get a proper look some time tomorrow!

At 12:57am on October 10, 2012, Bianca Ansems said…

Hi John, I saw you showcasing your work a couple of months ago at LAC. Good to see you here :)

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Started by James Wilkinson in YOUR STOPMO FILM PROJECT. Last reply by StampMotionStudio 14 hours ago. 11 Replies

Hi Guys, Just wanted to share with you our latest stop mo project! Its far from perfect and has been sitting around on my computer for ages so we thought we'd just finish off the post production and release what we've done. Would love any…Continue

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Started by Mastermind Films in CAMERA & STAGE. Last reply by Mastermind Films yesterday. 13 Replies

I made a discussion about camera equipment previously, and I still remember all the lessons I learned about cameras, lenses etc.I am just a bit confused with my lenses.  My grandpa gave me two lenses. (it's in the pictures) It came from a Nikon SLR.…Continue

Sculpture time lapse

Started by Wes Simpkins in NEWBIE CORNER yesterday. 0 Replies

http://youtu.be/2XfqNVt3QZEThis is a time lapse of the 2nd sculpture for the latest project. There's still detailing left which will be done by the end of the week!Continue

Frame rate and shooting on 2s what to do/ help.

Started by Ben Tobin in NEWBIE CORNER. Last reply by Don Carlson yesterday. 15 Replies

Hi, I'm really new to stop motion and have been trying out various frame rates but am mostly sticking to 24p for no particular reason.  after my first couple of attempts I switched to shooting in/on twos (1photo for 2 frames) as I have read that a…Continue

The Problem:

Started by Varg Ossian in NEWBIE CORNER. Last reply by Varg Ossian yesterday. 7 Replies

What to Practice? What to Focus on?Stop motion, is unique in that it requires a considerable amount of materials and skills in order to create... something... anything. So what specific aspects should I practice on in order to become good, or even…Continue

Winder rig

Started by Marnik in ANIMATION TOOLS & EQUIPMENT. Last reply by Marnik on Monday. 7 Replies

I was wondering if anyone has built or knows how to build a winder rig or knows of a cheap alternative. I'm talking about the kind seen at 5:14 in this video: …Continue

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