10.12.10 by Jeff

Kevin Parry

“The Arctic Circle”, a wonderful stop-motion animation by Kevin Parry.

the arctic circle by kevin parry


Tim Burton’s reaction to the film here.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Absolutely great! I love stop-motion!

  • Exellent!

  • Magda

    Well done, really loved the expressions!

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  • The stop-motion animation is really wonderful

  • TheAndHeDrew

    Wow, that was pretty incredible. There was some pretty amazing subtlety to the expressions on the hero’s face. Neat story.

  •  Awesome, the stop-motion is really wonderful. 

  • moynul

    Nice post. Love this stop-motion!! Thanks for sharing.

  • Clipping Path Job (CPJ)

    Really enjoyed well from this post. Liked it.

  • Great!! and amazing……..

  • This post is really amazing. Keep it up. Thanks a lot for sharing it.

  • I want to say just awesome, Love this stop-motion!! Thanks for sharing.

  • ITs well discussed you have express the right things excellent post dear. keep it up.

  • it was really amazing. well done.

  • nice post i like this post thanks





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