クソ敗者
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if you’ve never been to oregon i feel bad for you
if you’ve never been to oregon i feel bad for you
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emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


laika!!!!!!!last year me and a few other students in my drawing class got to go behind the scenes at laika studios (it’s only 20 minutes away from portland) and see the production of the boxtrolls! we got to see them animate the lil’ figures and the scenes they created and i can honestly say it was one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen artistically.
emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


laika!!!!!!!last year me and a few other students in my drawing class got to go behind the scenes at laika studios (it’s only 20 minutes away from portland) and see the production of the boxtrolls! we got to see them animate the lil’ figures and the scenes they created and i can honestly say it was one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen artistically.
emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


laika!!!!!!!last year me and a few other students in my drawing class got to go behind the scenes at laika studios (it’s only 20 minutes away from portland) and see the production of the boxtrolls! we got to see them animate the lil’ figures and the scenes they created and i can honestly say it was one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen artistically.
emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


laika!!!!!!!last year me and a few other students in my drawing class got to go behind the scenes at laika studios (it’s only 20 minutes away from portland) and see the production of the boxtrolls! we got to see them animate the lil’ figures and the scenes they created and i can honestly say it was one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen artistically.
emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


laika!!!!!!!last year me and a few other students in my drawing class got to go behind the scenes at laika studios (it’s only 20 minutes away from portland) and see the production of the boxtrolls! we got to see them animate the lil’ figures and the scenes they created and i can honestly say it was one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen artistically.
emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


laika!!!!!!!last year me and a few other students in my drawing class got to go behind the scenes at laika studios (it’s only 20 minutes away from portland) and see the production of the boxtrolls! we got to see them animate the lil’ figures and the scenes they created and i can honestly say it was one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen artistically.
emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


laika!!!!!!!last year me and a few other students in my drawing class got to go behind the scenes at laika studios (it’s only 20 minutes away from portland) and see the production of the boxtrolls! we got to see them animate the lil’ figures and the scenes they created and i can honestly say it was one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen artistically.
emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


laika!!!!!!!last year me and a few other students in my drawing class got to go behind the scenes at laika studios (it’s only 20 minutes away from portland) and see the production of the boxtrolls! we got to see them animate the lil’ figures and the scenes they created and i can honestly say it was one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen artistically.
emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


laika!!!!!!!last year me and a few other students in my drawing class got to go behind the scenes at laika studios (it’s only 20 minutes away from portland) and see the production of the boxtrolls! we got to see them animate the lil’ figures and the scenes they created and i can honestly say it was one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen artistically.
emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


laika!!!!!!!last year me and a few other students in my drawing class got to go behind the scenes at laika studios (it’s only 20 minutes away from portland) and see the production of the boxtrolls! we got to see them animate the lil’ figures and the scenes they created and i can honestly say it was one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen artistically.
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