Adam Elliot on the animation process
By ACMI, 2010 3:01 minutes
Adam Elliot produced designs of varying complexity for all of the 200 characters in Mary and Max before handing these drawings over to his team of model-making sculptors. It was important that the team remain true to Elliot’s distinctive ‘chunky wonky’ style, with its crooked lines and grungy aesthetic. Because the stop-motion process is so painstaking, the team managed to produce an average of just two and a half minutes of animation each week.
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