April 12, 2019, 06:33 AM
When you think of stop-motion animated films, you think of artists meticulously hand-animating a puppet, snapping a frame, and doing that for hours or even days for a shot that might only last seconds on screen. But with films from Laika, that can often be just the start of the process of bringing a shot to life. This is because the studio also makes significant use of visual effects in the form of CG characters, set extensions and clean-up work in creating the final frames.
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