Posted by marc August 26, 2016

For all of the GCI movies out there today, it's a relief that some OG animation is still being created. Kubo and the Two Strings uses traditional stop motion animation with supplementary CGI, and the behind-the-scenes video makes it pretty clear why studios opt for CGI these days. Stop motion is extremely time intensive and tedious, and at the scale of a commercial film, requires a huge team. Check it out below and see how much work and skill from Laika Entertainment went into making the movie.

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