benpaddon:

matthewsagan:

This is a lion making a kill in the wild. I know it’s very graphic but I think it’s important to show just how brutal nature can be.

I needed this.

rankyakus:

"Oi Oz, If you've really got Luffy's shadow in you...You shouldn't be underestimating your own crew!!"

sunsgodown:

true friends don’t judge each other

they judge other people

together

level1cleric:

No one will suspect a thing

Title: Again
Artist: Yui
Plays: 5817

merrrys:

Again - Yui

by あかこ

arsvitaest:

Detail of kimono with flying cranes, Japan, ca. 1910-30
Rijksmuseum

tumblrdottumblr:

The Man Who Put His Will on Film (Nagisa Ôshima, 1970)

prokopetz:

the-stray-liger:

feferi-captor:

im-in-hiding:

the-fandoms-are-2spooky:

o-the-lost-girl:

dickstridork:

the-fandoms-are-cool:

patch-is-mine-bitch:

I can’t believe that this is stop-motion.

I CAN’T UNDERSTAND FUCKING STOP-MOTION THOSE FINGERS SHOULD FALL RIGHT OFF BUT NO THEY SUPPORT THEMSELVES BEAUTIFULLY

WHAT THE ACTUALLY FUCK STOP MOTION

The fingers are being supported by armature wire. Virtually all stop motion puppets have some variety of this going on underneath it:

Given  the proportions of Burton’s creations, the armatures underneath his puppets are probably custom-made.

What you’re also looking at is a ton of replacement animation on that teddy bear. Instead of actually tearing open the bear model, someone, or a few people, carefully crafted a handful of that specific bear at various stages of being cut open. If you look closely, the slab it’s on moves slightly, which gives itself away.

Also, Jack’s speaking is done through replacement animation. 

Stop motion utterly fascinates me.

GOD BLESS YOU

THIS IS THE THING I DONT GET ABOUT STOP MOTION

YOU HAVE TO PHYSICALLY MOVE THE DOLLS WITH UR HANDS AND REPLACE THEIR FACES //HOW DO YOU KEEP THEM IN THE SAME SPOT??????//

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stop motion people are crazy

Thank you for including Paranorman because I feel the urge to remind you that in this day and age they still use mostly stop motion and have even managed to sharpen the skill to eliminate minimal errors that before were impossible to fix (aka jitter, hair movement dynamics, movement fluidity) by mixing 3D printing and other modern techniques along with the traditional stop motion process. Laika doesn’t fuck around.

Plus, modern stop-motion is often filmed digitally, so minor alignment errors can sometimes be manually corrected through real-time comparison with the preceding frame. In the old days, when it was impossible to see how the take was shaping up until the film was developed, you might not even know you had an alignment error until days later.

sabaodypark:

I messed up but here’s Bartolomeo pancake

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