A Presence of Tangibility of Handcraft on Screen through Traditional Rigging System in Stop-Motion Animation and Art
Savannah, Georgia: Savannah College of Art and Design
Thesis (M.F.A.) -- Animation
Savannah College of Art and Design -- Department of Animation
Includes bibliographical references: pages 40-42
"The thesis will discuss how traditional rigging in stop-motion can offer a practical solution for enhancing tangibility of handcraft in camera by enabling the physical presence of actual puppets and sets, instead of relying on digital post-production solution."
*Includes film of hand-crafted stop-motion rigging and shooting sequence involving a tree clock prop, showing "two different clips simultaneously": actual footage of the animation and a behind-the scenes time-lapse sequence of the tree and gears being animated--Thesis, page 38
*Keywords: stop motion, tangibility, practical, handmade, handcraft
CHAIR: Silva, Jose Luis
1 text file (PDF) : 42 pages, illustrations (chiefly color) + 1 film (30 sec.) : WMV, silent, color
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