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A stop motion created for animateclay.com "woodland" theme. This quick little shot features a badger and his morning tea.
I love The Wind in the Willows!
Thanks Roger, Yes, Wind in the Willows is awesome. Huge inspiration to me that Crossgrove Hall Production
Looks lovely, but I wanted more... Cruelty to badgers, he didn't get to actually eat anything! So it looked like a shot where something was about to happen. (Well, that's the sort of thing that happens when there is a deadline and you don't get a chance to start until late, like at AnimateClay.) Really nice badger! I'm a fan of the Cosgrove-Hall Wind in the Willows from way back, too.
Thanks Nick! Glad you liked the Badger, its not usually the style I work with but that was one of my main goals to create a puppet like this. Yes, I would have loved to make it longer too, but I ran out of time. Not so much deadline time but personal time.
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