A collection of animated short films made with clay figures and sets. Known as claymation, or sometimes plasticine animation, which is one of many forms of stop-motion animation. Each animated piece, either character or background, is "deformable"—made of a malleable substance, usually plasticine clay.
The animation studio created by Javier Tostado and María Lara is characterized in the last years for one of the more active activities in the production of 'stop motion' animation. On October 2012 the final work on its first work was completed, the first time of the 'Clay Kids' series, which received the prestigious American Silver Telly Award and participated in the official section of international festivals such as Se-ma-for (Poland), the MSMFF (Canada), Anifest (Czech Republic) or the Annecy Festival (France), considered to be the last animation festival to be a world leader.
Claymation Series created by Javier Tostado and María Lara
Amazing A Stop motion Animation by Guldies
2500 still pictures played at 24 frames per second. Shot with a Canon EOS 600D and animated in Dragonframe. The clay used is called PLASTILINA. Everything edited in Photoshop CC and Sony Vegas Pro. Sound effects recorded with a Blue Yeti and also taken from freesound.org.
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