April 17, 2019, 06:23 AM
Insider goes behind the scenes at Laika to look at the making of Missing Link — from voice recording to set building, puppet fabrication and animation — and why Link turned out to be the most complicated puppet in the studio’s history. The post How Stop-Motion Movies Are Animated at the Studio Behind Missing Link appeared first on Studio Daily.
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