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Ch’lonii – gnomo bestia (troll beast)

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

This other one dating back to 1995 re-discovered in my archives. Because of my poor memory I completely forgot that I had also designed detailed stop motion armature schematics for this. This stop motion puppet would have been about 11.25 inches (28.6 centimeters) tall. In the otherworldly of the surreal if it existed with ‘real [...]

What happened? ‘Sinbad – The Fifth Voyage’ follow-up

Monday, February 17th, 2014

As of this posting, 5th Voyage opened in theaters last week, Friday, February 7, however, my brief search now, it looks like 5th Voyage has already gone & vanished from the theaters?? Let me say first, that I thought it was a miracle that 5th Voyage was finally released after taking a very long production time [...]

‘SINBAD – The Fifth Voyage’ opens Feb 7, 2014 (USA release)

Monday, January 20th, 2014

A new great Arabian Nights adventure awaits this legendary super hero ….

Presented in the miracle visual imagery process of  Super Animotion™….

Note – This is an independent feature and not a mainstream type national release. Will be shown at select theaters. So far, not able to determine exactly which specific theaters but in the [...]

Where is Nick Hilligoss?

Monday, October 28th, 2013

If you do not know who Nick Hilligoss is, then you are not a hard-core stop motion aficionado. Just enter his name and do search.
Here is recent work from Nick that I serendipitously found.  He is not responsible for the entire  finished product. This was some work he did for a client. Looks like client [...]

Master of the Majicks Vol 1: Ray Harryhausen – update

Monday, September 16th, 2013

Stop Motion Works News received new notification about this. Apparently, a very limited edition of the final book in the series about the life of Ray Harryhausen. We posted earlier in the year about this Master of Majicks Vol 1.
The publishers decided to restrict the number of books printed for each volume … one, [...]

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