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November 15, 2004 10:33 AM   Subscribe

More. A great claymation by Mark Osborne. It won several awards in 1999. [16 MB Quicktime, via Waxy.]
posted by homunculus (11 comments total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
 
[this is bleak] [but true]
posted by fungible at 10:44 AM on November 15, 2004


very nice. Thank you for the link
posted by edgeways at 10:47 AM on November 15, 2004


More?
posted by iamck at 10:48 AM on November 15, 2004


Also, nice use of one of my favorite New Order songs.
posted by Joey Michaels at 11:06 AM on November 15, 2004


This is great stuff - though, not to nit pick, but I'm pretty sure anyone who doesn't work for Vinton prefers to call it clay animation, as Claymation is a registered trademark.
posted by soplerfo at 11:09 AM on November 15, 2004


Ah, thanks for that! I have been looking for it on and off for years. A recent and very wonderful animation with a similar vibe is JoJo In the Stars by Marc Craste. I saw it at ResFest here in Toronto and was very moved.
posted by rikabel at 2:45 PM on November 15, 2004


I think simply "stop-motion animation" would be the preferred term. Using the word "claymation" with an animator is likely to get you a dirty look. Using that word to refer to that animator's work upgrades the look to a knee in the groin.
posted by jjg at 2:49 PM on November 15, 2004


iamck, it might even be a triple (I remember it a lot more recently than 2001), but I still think it's oh so purdy. Best use of new order.
posted by dabitch at 2:58 PM on November 15, 2004


it might even be a triple

Then I stand by my triple post with pride. Bring it on!

Using that word to refer to that animator's work upgrades the look to a knee in the groin.

I humbly apologize to all animators and pledge to use "stop-motion animation" from now on.
posted by homunculus at 3:06 PM on November 15, 2004


The old link doesn't work anymore anyway...
posted by homunculus at 3:56 PM on November 15, 2004


Then I stand by my triple post with pride. Bring it on!

I apologize for calling you out, I got caught up in the metafilter culture. ;)
posted by iamck at 6:34 PM on November 15, 2004


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