Over the summer I put together a short little stop motion using Sheridan College's studio and a whole bunch of dollar store felt. Here is the result! The wonderful voice acting was done by the…Continue
Over the summer I put together a short little stop motion using Sheridan College's studio and a whole bunch of dollar store felt. Here is the result! The wonderful voice acting was done by the talented and hilarious Animator and Voice Actor Davey Swatpaz. I asked him to voice act for me after I had a lovely chat with him on my podcast (…See More
If you're following my podcast, I just posted the latest episode with Instagram-famous Ben Treat, otherwise known as Frantic Frames, who's become a sought after animator on Instagram by brands looking for unique stop motion promotions.Here's our chat on how he gets new gigs every month, and how animated 100 videos in 100 days (and by the way he's only 17):…See More
"Really enjoyed your interview of Stephen Chiodo. You tossed him some great questions which he superbly answered. By the way, glad to hear you are getting back into Animation Terry, always liked your little films back in the day."
I'm sorry I missed this question. I come here once in a while.
To answer, I have pretty much finished my 11-minute film, Tragic Magic, it will get a 5.1 audio mix very soon and then I'll get it into a DCP format for…"
He also animated on Vincent, the stop motion sequence for Elf, the Simpsons stop motion couch gag, and a ton of other stuff! His story is interesting, because instead of focusing entirely on stop motion, he expanded his skill set to include special effects, producing, writing, puppeteering, etc., which ended up making his studio more successful and giving him greater opportunities to work on really cool stop motion projects.Plus, he shares:How to mentally position yourself so you’ll always be…See More