I decided to create an instructable on the different types of stop motion animation that you can do. Most people are not familiar with all types of animation so i'm going to show you a few and give you some quick tips on each one!
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Step 1: White Board Animation
My favourite white board animation is a rather complicated animation that would take alot of time and thought.
All that is required to make a white board animation is some dry erase markers and a creative mind.
Not all stop motions have to be complicated some are rather simple
Step 2: Food Animation
My cookie pacman is an example of an easy food animation. I already knew how the game worked, and I didn't add any special touches to the game so I had a pretty simple outline to follow.
The video posted below is an example of a difficult food animation.
Step 3: Claymation
Once again, not all animations have to be perfect, some can be quite simple, but even the simple claymation video's are time consuming.
Step 4: Human Animation
Human animation takes some thought. In the video featured below you will see what I mean by planning where you need to be and when you need to be there.
Step 5: Cut Out Animation
Until I began taking animation classes I was not familiar with this kind of animation but I am eager to give it a shot.