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Will Studd and Ed Patterson studied animation and graphic design in Bristol, England Both graduated with a Bachelor’s degree at University of the West of England in 2003 Worked for Aardman Animations in 2004 Work elements of stop-motion, puppetry, 2D, and live-action Guinness World Records of their two famous works: Dot (smallest stop -motion character ) and Gulp (largest animation set) Award winning direct of Young Direct Award in Cannes in 2011 Most of the works are company commercials and like: Weetabix (cereal), Electrolux (Household Appliances), Toyota, Cadburys (chocolate), and P&O (cruise/ferry)
Nokia N8 Smartphone with a 12 megapixel camera with 720p HD video at 25 fps with a 5.9mm Carl Zeiss lens Only used in ‘Dot’ and ‘Gulp’ Released at October 22, 2010 Third place of a top 10 smartphone, but have the highest megapixel camera in 2010
Used the device called Cellscope invented by an University of California-Berkeley professor name Daniel Fletcher Wieden+Kennedy advertising agency came up to Aardman Animation with a task of creating a microscopic film with Cellscope and Nokia N8 They used the resin-based rapid prototyping machine where 3D sketches are made in a computer with all Dot’s movements creating 150 models with 50 poses When the models are made they use very thin paintbrush tip to paint all 150 Dots.
Film took placed in Pendine Beach in South Wales Used three Nokia N8 smartphones suspended from a crane, so each Collaborate with sand artist name Jamie Wardley First time working in a big groups (other sand artists and volunteer animation students) The shoots takes 5 days to complete with weather situation and sea waves erasing some parts of the sand arts
Now… Ed Patterson stopped working at Aardman Animations and currently working at Wieden+Kennedy as Creative and Blinkink as Commercials Director Will Studd is still working at Aardman Animations as a Production Design Assistant
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