Great blog of animation experiments using rotoscoping to create looped gifs
Detailed modelled sets feature in this spooky animation about a mysterious key.
A Vine video of Ellen’s Flipbook
Excerpt from a Fleischer Brothers’ Betty Boop animation featuring the dance moves of Cab Calloway, rotoscoped to create this dancing walrus-ghost.
The Zoetrope was one of the earliest animation devices using a spinning wheel to provide the motion to a series of images.
A zoetrope is a device that produces the illusion of motion from a rapid succession of static pictures. The term zoetrope is from the Greek words ζωή (zoē), meaning “alive, active”, andτροπή (tropē), meaning “turn”, with “zoetrope” taken to mean “active turn” or “wheel of life”. – WIKIPEDIA
Likely an inspiration for Tony vs Paul, this animation uses people as the animators models, and neighbourly conflict as the basic storyline.
Taking the plasticine character to its most basic form (and crudest humour!)
A technique similar to the whiteboard animations, chalk animations have become popular as a cross-over into street art.