WIRED published this video item, entitled “How Stop-Motion Movies Are Animated at Aardman | WIRED” – below is their description.
The new Netflix film, “Robin Robin,” pushes the envelope of what’s possible with stop-motion animation. The film’s directors, Dan Ojari and Mikey Please, sit down with WIRED to go over the some of the techniques that went into the making of “Robin Robin.”
Robin Robin is available to watch now on Netflix, https://www.netflix.com/robinrobin
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