1. photo

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  4. actegratuit:

Antonella Montes aka lantomo

    actegratuit:

    Antonella Montes aka lantomo

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  5. portraitsofboston:

"I don’t like to tell stories. I like to make them. I like to make them every night."

    portraitsofboston:

    "I don’t like to tell stories. I like to make them. I like to make them every night."

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  6. 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??????//


stop motion people are crazy

    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??????//

    image

    stop motion people are crazy

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  7. malachiward:

An unlettered page from Prophet Strikefile #2, drawn by me and Matt Sheean. Written by Simon Roy.The original drawing will be available at the giant Secret Headquarters sale/Vile Decay release party for a low price, one night only, on June 25th.

    malachiward:

    An unlettered page from Prophet Strikefile #2, drawn by me and Matt Sheean. Written by Simon Roy.

    The original drawing will be available at the giant Secret Headquarters sale/Vile Decay release party for a low price, one night only, on June 25th.

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  8. portraitsofboston:

     “We met in the supermarket. I asked her something as a joke, and she came up with a very thoughtful and interesting answer that went right to the heart of things. Some people were studying obsessively the labels in the natural foods section and I asked her, ‘Why are people so fanatical about buying all-natural foods?’ She said, ‘Maybe they are just afraid of dying.’”

    portraitsofboston:

         “We met in the supermarket. I asked her something as a joke, and she came up with a very thoughtful and interesting answer that went right to the heart of things. Some people were studying obsessively the labels in the natural foods section and I asked her, ‘Why are people so fanatical about buying all-natural foods?’ She said, ‘Maybe they are just afraid of dying.’”

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  9. portraitsofboston:

“I’ve been married for seven years, and I have a three-year-old son. My relationship with my wife has been fairly good over the years, but lately we’ve been growing apart. I am a lot more sociable and outgoing than her, and I’ve met other people that I feel closer to.  This bothers me that I feel this way because of a promise that I made. I want to respect my wife, and I want to take care of my son for years to come and make sure he has a safe upbringing and a father. 
     “At the same time, if things continue the way they are going now, I can imagine 10 years from now, my wife and I might still be on OK terms as friends, but we are not happy, and maybe that’s not what our son needs.   
     “I’m 31 now, and at the time we got married, I assumed that I understood what the term ‘forever’ meant. But a lot of the social and cultural norms that I believed in 10–15 years ago, I no longer agree with. I don’t know if staying together is the right thing to do if we do so only because of a promise.”

    portraitsofboston:

    “I’ve been married for seven years, and I have a three-year-old son. My relationship with my wife has been fairly good over the years, but lately we’ve been growing apart. I am a lot more sociable and outgoing than her, and I’ve met other people that I feel closer to. This bothers me that I feel this way because of a promise that I made. I want to respect my wife, and I want to take care of my son for years to come and make sure he has a safe upbringing and a father.
    “At the same time, if things continue the way they are going now, I can imagine 10 years from now, my wife and I might still be on OK terms as friends, but we are not happy, and maybe that’s not what our son needs.
    “I’m 31 now, and at the time we got married, I assumed that I understood what the term ‘forever’ meant. But a lot of the social and cultural norms that I believed in 10–15 years ago, I no longer agree with. I don’t know if staying together is the right thing to do if we do so only because of a promise.”

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  10. machinemouth:

"Earn"2014Spray paint and emulsion on 4.5m x 8m wall.11hours straight on."If the universe thinks you’re small, do something big"

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    machinemouth:

    "Earn"
    2014
    Spray paint and emulsion on 4.5m x 8m wall.
    11hours straight on.
    "If the universe thinks you’re small, do something big"

    Strong

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