Claymation

Claymation hero ‘Morph’ makes a comeback on YouTube
12:30 pm PDT 04/07/2014 By AnimationXpress Team

Animators at Aardman in Bristol have spent five months creating 15 episodes using 150 clay models. The first episode of the new series will air on Morph’s YouTube channel at 5.15 pm (UK standard time) on 4 July – the exact time the character first appeared on BBC1 on 15 February 1977. Read More


In Conversation with Prabhat Kiran – Founder & Director, Claycard Studios
1:33 pm PDT 28/05/2012 By Ishpreet Chandock

Claycard studios is a full fledged stop-motion / claymation animation studio it was conceived to provide a breath of fresh air to the current VFX scenario by bringing in the beauty of hand-made animation, our characters when conceived were just a figment of our clay imagination but now seem to have taken a life of their own, we look forward to develop our unique IP and also expand as a claymation service provider to other studios and channels Read More


In converstion with the founder of YellowSpiders Potters club Neha Ramaiya
12:09 pm PDT 17/05/2012 By Parita Upadhyaya

17)Anything else you would like to add? How to Use Clay Modeling Tools Learning how to use clay modeling tools can help you achieve professional results. There are many tools artists use to shape and alter the look and feel … Read More


In converstion with the founder of YellowSpiders Potters club Neha Ramaiya
12:04 pm PDT 17/05/2012 By Parita Upadhyaya

QUESTIONS REGARDING COURSES 9)How many students are learning presently and how many have learnt so far? Presently YellowSpiders Potter’s Club ~ has a strength of 9 students which keep varying as per how far they have covered their various levels … Read More


In converstion with the founder of YellowSpiders Potters club Neha Ramaiya
11:30 am PDT 17/05/2012 By Parita Upadhyaya

YellowSpiders Potter’s Club is one of its kind pottery clubs in Mumbai run by NID graduate Neha Ramaiya. The club is the only Pottery Club in Mumbai, having advanced tools and equipments to teach pottery for career and art. It has recently introduced new claymation facilities for animation professionals and students who want to create and sculpt new characters. Read More