Specifically, claymation is made by first creating a "puppet" out of clay. Then, this puppet is taken to somewhere where the animator can animate it, possibly in a set, poses the character, then takes one picture of it. The animator checks to see if the character is in a position he/she likes, moves the puppet slightly, then takes another picture. The pictures that the animator is taking are the frames of a movie. Each one by itself looks like a still picture, but if played one after another at a fast speed, it looks as though the puppet is moving all by itself. The animator keeps taking pictures, moving the puppet only slightly, taking a picture, etc., until the puppet has completed the motion that the animator wanted to achieve. This process usually takes a long time, even for the shortest movies because the time it takes to move the puppet is longer than the frame that the animator is getting out of it.
A clay animation involves the making of clay models of characters or objects to produce 3D animations. Think of films like Wallace and Gromit, or Morph, for example.
A cartoon animation is made up of drawings of characters or objects only.
Claymation is similar to stop motion animation, except instead of using figures, you use clay sculptures. Examples of this are Wallace and Gromit, and Gumby.
Gumbo, Fantastic Mr. Fox, etc.
Anything works, but it's best if it doesn't dry out. This can create cracks and wierd textures while moving the figures. I used a kids craft plasticene, and that worked well. Plus it was fairly easy to mix colours.
The idea was first produced in 1995. After a good amount of pre-production (about 2 years) to ensure that the movie would sell once it made it to theaters, it took them 6 months to make the claymation characters. To put it in perspective: It took the animators an entire day to shoot 36 frames (which is just 1-1/2 seconds of film). The final movie is about 77 minutes long and has 110,880 frames. Filming began almost two years before the movie's release. At times, 28 teams of six animators were shooting at the same time. And no, it did not take 10 minutes.
It is made of cotton
Buttons are usually made out of plastic or older ones were made out of wood.
Scales are made of Keratin.
Its a Claymation because its made from clay :) xx
No, Bob the Builder is animated using claymation, so he is made of clay.
The duration of A Claymation Christmas Celebration is 1440.0 seconds.
Yes. "Wallace and Gromit" and "Chicken Run" are two examples.
A Claymation Christmas Celebration was created on 1987-12-21.
Claymation Easter - 1992 TV was released on: USA: 19 April 1992