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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. http://vimeo.com/15055444
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 http://vimeo.com/26877221
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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Work Citation "Gulp. The world's largest stop-motion animation shot on a Nokia N8." Video file. Vimeo. Accessed March 30, 2014. http://vimeo.com/26877221. Linkedin. Accessed March 19, 2014. http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/ed-patterson-sumo- science/55/705/292. "Nokia 'Dot.'" Video file. Vimeo. Accessed March 30, 2014. http://vimeo.com/15055444. 2011. "THE SANDS OF TIME." Televisual 20. Business Source Complete, EBSCOhost (accessed April 24, 2014). Sumo Science. Accessed March 28, 2014. http://www.sumoscience.com/INFO. "Sumo Science's New Animation -- Gulp | euromaxx." Video file. Youtube. Accessed April 2, 2014. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jj_2L6RU650.