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December 12, 2018
Charlie Rose is the junior Animation major behind the 2018 CIA holiday greeting. Rose grew up in Northeast Ohio and is a lifelong fan of stop-motion animation. We asked him a few questions about the making of his delightful piece.
What can you tell us about how you generated the idea for the animation? While brainstorming ideas for a story, I kept coming back to penguins—they're just lumps with beaks—and I had this visual of a crowd of them hopping around and building some kind of contraption with power tools and safety gear. Eventually, I landed on the goal of them trying to conquer their own evolution and physiology by taking to the skies.
How many frames went into that short work? It was shot at 12 frames per second, so for 32 seconds, that's 384 frames.
What was the most challenging...continue reading
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