Must have been hard to do stop-motion with a huge figure like SH Figuarts’ Broly from Dragon Ball, but it wasn’t an issue for YouTuber counter656.
What happens when the creators of two of the most beloved games of yore, Earthworm Jim and The Neverhood, join forces to fight crime? I don’t know, but they’ve made a lovely game together.
Here’s a pretty unique Attack on Titan clip from Taiwanese animator Jordan Tseng. It’s a mix of stop-motion and CGI animation, with a Mikasa figure fighting wooden mannequins behind the walls of the human kingdom.
The Joker finally figures out where Batman gets his wonderful toys in this awesome stop-motion animation. Who can saved the Caped Crusader now?
Who needs CGI animated cartoons and movies when stop-motion Transformers battles can be this good?
Taiwanese animator Jordan Tseng is not a guy whose figure collection is collecting dust on a shelf. Their purpose is to fight their owner in stop-motion videos. Broly and Goku from Dragon Ball Z come to life in his recent, amazing clip.
Not only has YouTube LEGO animator Snooperking painstakingly recreated the lobby shootout from The Matrix, he tweaked the ending to solve the movie trilogy's main problem.
Here's a really cool claymation short by animator Johnny McHone, featuring Link and angry plasticine monsters. It totally looks like a Robot Chicken sketch with a little bit of Neverhood and Skyward Sword added.
Lego has survived many battles in the great toy wars over the years, which probably helps explain why The Lego Movie finally came into existence earlier this year. If nothing else, this glorious short film by Adam Brown reminds us there are other types of plastic building toys out there with their own stories to tell:
Using a modded Laser Optimus Prime and a set of Make Toys's custom Constructicons, YouTube's Harris Loureiro created a stop-motion action scene that's far more appealing than anything Michael Bay could put on film.
This brotherly throwdown is the work of Jordan Tseng, 17, who writes in the video's YouTube introduction, "I'm going to have the University entrance examination [in] 2 weeks." Yeah. Just go ahead and pass him already.
Jake Roper of Vsauce3 included six awesome facts about the Dreamcast in the latest stop in his stop-motion teardown trip through console history, so you didn't have to feel as bad about watching console porn.
The Irate Gamer spent nearly 60 hours creating this stop-motion action figure Christmas spectacular, when he could have just filmed my office for an hour on any given Saturday.
White collar worker from by day, stop motion animator by night. Takahide Hori – also known as YAMIKEN – successfully created his first part of his underground opus, Junk Head 1. It only took him four years. And he never gave up.
It never ceases to amaze me what people can do on their own, with the right determination and a little bit of time. This is Junk Head 1. A 30-minute stop-motion animated movie made by one man.