Aardman, known as the most famous stop-motion animation house in the world, and the team responsible for Wallace and Gromit, Shaun the Sheep, Chicken Run and many others, have reassured fans their future is safe after a weekend report claimed the studio was running out of its unique clay.
Aardman are known for classics like Wallace and Gromit and Chicken Run. What about Batman? The image above is real and the two models are available for sale from Things From Another World for less than $40.00. I wonder who in DC reached out to Aardman an invited the British studio to redesign the dynamic […]
Don’t mock. I actually think this is a good idea. It’s a good way for the 3DS to showcase its 3D capabilities and its a good way to get some cash from the franchise for Aardman. I actually think the Vita has the most to benefit from with this sort of distrubution deal (sans 3D, […]
Sumo Science (these people) are an animation house and they’ve landed a sweet gig from Nokia that’s allowed them to film the world’s smallest stop-motion animation. The team from Sumo made the film “at Aardman”. I suppose that could be a bit like saying a movie was filmed at Pinewood Studios; a way to attach […]