Animated Film Production: Animation.

There are so many different steps in making “Rocks In My Pockets”, that even if you skip some of them (storyboards, character design, layouts) there is plenty left.

What happens after we shoot stop motion footage -the rotating hat, the pans of buildings? How do we combine this footage with drawn animation? This is a video of a step by step process to get it together. Especially enticing for stop motion  animators wanting to try their hand at hand drawn animation.


The next episode is about line test and exposure sheets. The drawings want to be exposed!

Stay tuned.

About rocksinmypocketsthemovie

I was born in Latvia, educated in Moscow, live in New York. I have made about 14 animated shorts so far.
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2 Responses to Animated Film Production: Animation.

  1. Cecile Somers says:

    Really great this, and exciting to watch! It’s like being with you in New York (oh I wish).

    I sat here and watched it and completely lost myself in your pencil-sharpening, paper-flicking, spirit-populated, gasp-creating universe.

    I can’t wait to see the finished movie!

    This is excellent stuff, thank you, Signe & Wendy!

    Much love, Cecile

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