This hilarious LEGO stop-motion video recaps the original Star Wars movies, from Episode 4: A New Hope, to Episode 5: The Empire Strikes Back, to Episode 6: The Return of the Jedi in just about 2 minutes.
I finally got a chance to see Coraline a few weeks back, and was completely blown away by the incredible things that could be done with miniature models and stop-motion animation. While you probably won’t be able to live up to Henry Selick’s amazing work with this little desktop toy, you can at least dip your feet in the shallow end of the stop-motion pool.
21-year old YouTube user smartkid82504 made this awesome stop motion film as his final project in his “Art and Alternative Media” class. Here’s what we might get if we mashed two Mario games together:
Before you get overly excited, let me tell you now that barely anything happens in this very short film.
Mario meets LEGO in these fun stop-motion clips hand animated by Nintendo fan Michael Hickox.
Michael painstakingly shot thousands of individual frames to recreate the first two levels of the classic Super Mario Brothers game. The levels are surprisingly accurate reproductions of the game.
Everyone’s favorite Soviet block video game has been brought to life using a roomful of people, taking on the roll of the various colored geometric shapes from the game.
The stop-motion video by Swiss artist Guillaume Reymond of NotSoNoisy creative agency is the latest in his series of video game inspired clips, which first gained popularity with Human Space Invaders and Human Pong, and more recently, Human Pole Position.
The folks over at Boing Boing dug up this fun little stop-motion video features a handful of arcade classics, brought to life through the magic of candle-mation (that is, animation done completely with tealight candles).
Pac-man, Pong, Space Invaders and Tetris all make an appearance, along with a nice little musical Mario tribute.