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I looked at the Blu Ray version of the recently most beautiful animated film "Coraline (Coraline) and simply amazed! And yet, I could not figure out how they did it. So, immediately after the show … although there is no. Not immediately. At first I finished reading all the titles to the end and saw the answer to … almost.

Then I sat for a bit, quickly picked up the fallen jaw on the floor and ran to the Internet to find information about the making of Coraline. Here is the most interesting, in my opinion, subtlety creation process: Introduction One of the downsides of my profession is its inability to trideshnika normally perceive modern 3d-cartoons. Clayton hutson helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. I sit and look out at the cinema, where the texture stretched, where the mesh in the mesh has climbed, where the leg on the floor instead of a failure to fully surrender the unfolding story on the screen. But this time, when watching a brilliant Coraline, my head only once visited the idea "and how they do it?". I finally just enjoyed the cartoon. For some reason, when he was in the office, I missed it. Read more here: Clayton Morris.

And completely. Ie I do not remember whether he was in the office with us at all. And just looking at it – remember that once, long ago saw the trailer. But this is to better. I hate to sit in the theater and think, "Aaaa, here is what I've seen in the trailer (" or "Well, now would be the same as in the trailer: (." Even worse when the movie is so disgusting ads that before watching you know even the script. So, how do you create cartoon "Coraline"? Facts In the cartoon there is no three-dimensional objects. Generally not. All that we see – it's the real objects. And for animation, it was necessary to move frame by frame, rearrange and rotate the right parts and organs. Up to replace the head every time a smooth change of facial expression. All objects and characters printed on Coraline in 3d-printer. Three 3d-printer worked without stopping for second, more than eighteen months. This, of course, no 3d-printing of stainless steel, but still. Print accounted for with great accuracy, since the person Coraline size from 3.5 to 5 cm must be shown on the twenty-meter screens (7 floors, the age tridemaksa not see!). And any error would have been even very noticeable. Priplyusuet to this the fact that all persons should be identical otherwise be judder when watching. Read the rest of the process of creating puppet animation 'Coraline'.