A Look Behind The Insane Amount Of Stop Motion Work In Kubo And The Two Strings

August 29, 2016

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This is a worthwhile video featuring a bunch of timelapse clips of the insane amount of work that went into animating the stop motion scenes in Kubo And The Two Strings. Based on the number of shirt-changes from that guy moving the model, I estimate it takes approximately five days to shoot half of one millisecond of action. Me? I don't change my shirt so you'd think I did it all in a couple minutes. A dust cloud follows me around like Pig-Pen from Peanuts. Plus I talk like Woodstock which drives all the ladies wild. Just kidding, only my girlfriend and the 'I can't stand you' kind of wild, she's leaving me.

Keep going for the video, then let's make our own stop-motion movie on our lunch break with Play-Doh. And no eating it all this time.

Thanks to James B, who informed me he took his kids to the movie and they all loved it. But what kind of candy did you get?

  • Richard H Sanford

    Kubo is such a good movie. Everyone go see it so Laika can make more movies!

  • Tommitomsen

    we've all be tricked into a damn good commercial. oO

  • Douchy McDouche

    Adblock, bro.

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