AEPDX’s “CG Effects in Stop Motion Animation” Event Recap - Part 3

For each of LAIKA’s films, Steve shared the technological innovations that made their production possible. For Coraline, it was the first stop motion feature film to be shot in stereoscopic 3D and the first feature film to use 3D printer technology for replacement facial animation.

Moving forward, the studio embarked on ParaNorman. This film was noted as a ‘hybrid’ film, with a great focus on interdepartmental collaboration. The film empowered storytellers with technology.

In the Boxtrolls, Steve noted the film’s large scale and increased complexity compared to their previous films, but, visually-speaking, it was one of the strongest films from the studio. He showed the fascinating modular system used to create each Boxtroll character.

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