27.10.11 by Jeff

Mound

“Mound”, another glorious animation by Allison Schulnik.

Mound claymation animation by artist Allison Schulnik

Watch the claymation animaton below!


http://allisonschulnik.com













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



  • Frank

    Woahhh this is great!

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  • connie

    how does she make those lanky ones stand up i wonder?
    been trying to get figures like this for months with no avail ):

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  • this is SO great. the dance sequence was my favorite. nice work Allison!! always so intrigued by claymation

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  • lapetitefaon

    some people just NEED TO MAKE ART BECAUSE THEY ARE TOO TALENTED NOT TO ANNNND THE WORLD JUST NEEDS THEIR WORK! I feel this way about Allison’s work, she is just so unbelievably incredible, everything she does, just love the unique world she creates with her art. Such a fan.

    • i couldn’t have said it any better! – also you get the award for most comments in a row ever – i think you have at least 20 in a row today – you’re the best





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