1 package of clay
2 days of clay sculpting/photography
2.5 hours of post production thanks to "A"
3 story boards
10 sheets of construction paper
and countless clay poses
...all equal the 34-second long claymation movie, made by my girls. It features Super Horse and Power Puggy putting a house fire out. It's a real nail biter. (Don't be creeped out. The guy at the end is my husband, who didn't realize that picture of himself got in the mix.)
They'd like to thank the academy and, of course, their parents.
Wanna make one too? We totally winged it, but here's a good resource on how to make a claymation movie, if you're up for the challenge.