“The hole is a lot lower than you’d think.”
For all the #snapchamps out there.
The undisputed King of monsters!
There’s something even more disturbing than their price tag.
How do you sleep?
An American homegrown grass roots movement.
Based on historical facts… most of it.
They’re surprisingly sophisticated.
You’ll want to watch these over and over again. Done by the talented animator and illustrator Rachel Ryle.
If only you could effortlessly summon all the beer on the planet.
When you challenge someone to make the gayest song ever, this is what you get.
Jeans were invented long before anyone wore boxers or briefs.
Instagram has video now. But there is another, more creative way, to make your images move.
A special effects wizard who inspired George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, James Cameron, Tim Burton, and Peter Jackson, passed away Tuesday at the age of 92. His stop-motion creature creations were the stuff of dreams and nightmares for an entire generation of moviegoers.
The first two episodes of the Doctor Puppet’s epic stop-motion adventure are here. Can you guess who he meets along the way?
This took two-and-a-half years for Jonason Pauley and Jesse Perrottato to complete. It is impressive.
This pug can really rip! Stop motion doggy skateboarding at its finest.
The fantastically geeky intro from 1992’s animated X-Men painstakingly reconstructed in stop motion. Good.
The amount of coordination this required is absurd. The students teachers and students at the HESAV school bring 11 floors to life by opening and closing shutters and windows.
These things just get more and more ambitious. Back in my day people thought you were hot stuff if you just remembered to take a picture of yourself every day for a couple of years.
This film should have been impossible to make in stop motion. But “impossible” wasn’t going to stop them from doing it anyway.
The greatest story the screen will ever know! Disney brings out the 50s camp for the Frankenweenie comic-con trailer.
Abe&Tell’s music video created by Orrin Hastings was shot with over 500 girls holding an iPad displaying one frame clip of the film. It’s pretty awesome.
Using items you’d find laying around your bed — crumpled sheets, rubber mats, waterproof tarp, bikini-clad Playmobil figures — Karim Rejeb put together this super-charming stop-motion animated short about a surfing trip.
Check out this cool stop-motion PSA about anonymity on the Internet. Lesson learned: don’t go on dating sites and say you are a mouse.
It’s a trap! It’s always a woman, isn’t it?
Clip feels ripe for a dubstep remix.