Stop-Motion is an animation technique that is distinguished by the characteristic of creating movements through a series of photographic shots, each of which involves a scenographic preparation and of the characters. Each shot represents on average a fraction of a second of time.

It is actually a very ancient technique, which however makes use of modern technologies, and this makes it extremely fascinating.

Artists who specialize with this technique, like us, are people with a lot of patience and perseverance, and capable of interfacing with modern technologies.

To see an example of an animated short film that uses the Stop-Motion technique:

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