Apr 15, 2014

A sweet, sad stop-motion film made with 3-D printing

Via Wired

London-based creative agency DBLG shows the way with “Bears on Stairs,” a short clip that combines a 3-D printed hero with traditional stop-motion animation to charming effect. The ursine epic has a 2-second run time and took four weeks to complete, making it about as efficient as your average Michael Bay production, by my rough calculations. The lumbering action took 50 printed models in all.

BEARS ON STAIRS from DBLG on Vimeo.

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