CLAY ANIMATION

“1991. 16mm film. This was shot before video assist technology was available. You carefully planned the animation and went for it. But you had to wait to get the film processed to see the shot for the first time.”

Five years later, Tim Hittle made Canhead:

“1996. 35mm film. This was shot with a 3 frame video assist frame grabber. You had 3 concurrent frames at any one time, 2 stored and one live. A breakthru in stop-mo, it allowed for more flourish and control.”

 

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