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"Wallace & Gromit: Holidays at Home" Making of

It feels like such a long time since we've visited our favorite plasticine duo Wallace and Gromit.  Like a good friend we can count on them to be here for us.  I was surfing around for a little while today when I rediscovered the Wallace & Gromit: Holidays at Home making of and watched it rather excitedly to rediscover them again.  I assure you, they are a comfort to us in this rushed and constantly improving CGI and busy world.  The great thing about plasticine and Stop Motion in general is that you can't loose the homemade and real feeling of it.  It always stays the same: there's an animator, in a room with a set and a few puppets and he's animating.  That's it.  Nothing more to it!   So snuggle up with your tea and crackers and enjoy this making of...

Link: http://youtu.be/qpuGAbdlyYU

The final product: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0UliXX-Y7w

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