Stop Motion

Motion Design

A form of animation in which static objects are physically animated and photographed frame by frame. It is a versatile animation technique that involves capturing a series of individual frames, each depicting a small movement or change in position of objects, characters, or puppets. When these frames are played in sequence at a standard frame rate, typically 24 frames per second in film and video, they create the illusion of continuous motion.

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