Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Bratz: the stop motion series


Another fun project I got a chance to work on this year was Bratz, the stop-motion animated web series based on the doll line. Directed by my good friend and frequent creative partner, Musa Brooker, and produced by the wonderful folks over at Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, the series was created by a hardworking, tight-knit group in Buddy Labs, a smaller section of stages within the studio.

Here's the episode that I personally contributed to the most: 

A combination of puppet animation, digital animation (for the eyes & eyebrows especially), and downshooter paper animation (for the girls' "spirit animals").

Give it a looksie!


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