36 thoughts on “Endless stopmotion puppets, Annecy 19

  1. Great video. A lot of talented people and many puppets. My favorite is still your shop of stop motion puppets and rigs. Thank you for sharing this with us Ed. ✌️😎.

  2. Anncey looks amazing! Wish i could go to france during the festival season someday,
    have you ever heard of biaf? Its not as big as anncey or zagrev festival, it's an international animation festival held in bucheon, korea.
    I want to know how well known it is internationaly

  3. Dear Edu,
    My name is Scott and I would appreciate (when time permits and if you are agreeable to it) a tutorial on “how to think as a stop motion animator”.
    I was, for 30 years a paper and computer animator.
    And the thought process behind working in those two mediums is”layers”.
    To create a walk across a room in C.G. I would place the C.G. Figure at position one and then at position 200 of the time line ,saving a position key at both points.
    Then I could run the program and watch the time it took for the figure to slide across the space.
    From there I would peg the feet and “save “them in time and space.
    Then the hips, and the shoulders and arms.
    Each layer saving the keys that tell the figure when to move.
    This system allowed for a huge amount of flexibility in making mistakes, or changing your mind.
    I could even change the entire timing by “stretching the time line” bar and the scene would move slower.
    Or put a whole new Action in the middle if the director wanted it.
    After doing 30 years of layer animation, I’m having a hard time conceptualizing “how” you think in stop motion.
    You have to keep every layer in mind all,at the same time .
    How do you _think_about the motion?
    Do you doodle out timing drawings?
    Draw your own timing sheets to keep track of motion and ideas?
    Do you just wing it and hope for the best,(I’m picturing two octopuses wrestling as I type this.)
    Or Film it and annotate the video?
    This *mindset*of a stop motion animator has not been covered and may not seem to be a huge thing to you but having evolved from a paper animator to a C.g. Animator I can tell you the mind sets are very different.
    I expect it is no different with your craft.
    Your pal

  4. Hermano… saludos. excelente. es un gusto ver tus publicaciones. pronto te estare contactando. soy seguidor de tu trabajo.

  5. Hi I am from Australia but I think I am pretty crazy and I make stop motion animations. This feature film idea is very interesting and I would love to hear more about it!

  6. Gracias por compartir tu Experiencia Edu! Almenos así se como fué el festival a pesar de no haber asistido! 🙂

  7. I am an Indian and I am inspired by you I am 12 yrs old and I am submitting a stopmotion in a film festival

  8. Please help support AnimaMundi, the biggest animation festival in Brazil and one of the biggest in Latin America, that might not be held this year because it lost its sponsorship. It's a very important platform for independent artists to have international visibility and for networking. The exibitions are free, and it also hosts free animation workshops open to the public. Such important cultural event must keep going.
    The deadline is 6/27/2019


  9. You should have more videos about making pupets from silicone also having the same puppet at 2018 and 2019 is very limiting to yourself and you would have more chances to find producers with more puppets and more pitch ideas for films, not just one.

  10. I love your channel. I just subscribed today so Yay! I am an artist always looking for inspiration and ideas. Thank you for taking the time to create your content I am very grateful. 😎🤓💕😊

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