Lights, Camera, Action!

Stop Motion LEGO

In this video, Japanese stop motion animation artist tomosteen uses LEGO to create an ‘Oreo Factory’.

Stop Motion Needle Felt Wool

Needle felting is a craft that involves repeatedly stabbing a needle into a piece of wool. This stiffens and shapes it into the desired form. The tip of the needle has small barbed notches that allow the fibers of the wool to be moved towards the center of the shape without being pulled back out when the needle is pulled out.

Andrea Love creates needle felted objects which she then animates in stop motion.

Here is one of my posts (with videos) about Stop Motion Clay Animation.

7 thoughts on “Lights, Camera, Action!

  1. These videos are completely mesmerizing. I had no problem watching the Oreos for five minutes, and the lemonade is just as captivating. Can’t begin to explain how they do it. Thanks for sharing, Margy.


    1. LEGO has a book called “LEGO® Make Your Own Movie: 100% Official LEGO Guide to Stop-Motion Animation”. Maybe that would be a good gift for your grandsons.


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