Animation: The evolution of stop motion in three minutes

I loved the bejesus out of “Kubo & the Two Strings”—easily the most interesting new movie I’ve seen this year, even if it was a touch edgy for my 8-year-old & would’ve been way too intense for my big-hearted 7-year-old. Now Filmmaker Vugar Efendi has posted a lovely 3-minute overview showing how the art form has evolved over 100+ years. The Verge writes,

Starting with 1900’s The Enchanted Drawing and running all the way up through 2016’s Kubo and the Two Strings,short video is a fascinating look at how the technique has evolved over the years, and include some of cinema’s best-known moments, from King Kong atop the Empire State Building to the AT-AT attack in The Empire Strikes Back.



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