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Friday, December 18, 2009

Updated: The Great Race is on...


Swedish filmmaker/stop-motion animator Richard Svensson sends word that his untitled "Yithian Stop-Motion Project" (which we previously covered here) is underway, with filming taking place during downtime from his other projects...

Richard tells Unfilmable.com, "The animation process is really slow since I have quite a bit of move-able parts to animate, 16 of them, in fact. So it's a bit to keep track of and it takes a couple of hours just to finish a few seconds. But the results are very good so far and despite the complex nature of the animation I'm really enjoying the process."

He went on to say that while the Yithian's aren't exactly scary, the flying polyps, the villains of the piece, should be entirely more unpleasant...

Update: Richard passed along a couple of behind-the-scenes images of a Yithian in front of a blue screen! Oh, what horrors await us...




(Thanks to Richard Svensson)

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