This link here is the source of hours of fun. Being a user of Dragon Stop Motion myself, I appreciate how useful a tool it is, and how it aids the animation process to give more fluid movement (due to onion skinning).
Here are a few of my favourite posts made on their blog, mainly because most of these animations I have previously seen and found really interesting to see the behind the scenes and how they were actually made! It is also great to have everything in one place, rather than going back and forth trying to find making of videos for the animations or vice versa. Rather than rambling on about why I love each so much, I will let you form your own ideas on the video's and how they made it.... ENJOY!
This is the post made about how the advert for Moleskin Planners were made.
The Making Of The Moleskine Coloured Planners Video from Rogier Wieland on Vimeo.
Much Better Now - surfing animation
Much Better Now - A short making of - Finding the waves from Salon Alpin on Vimeo.
Much Better Now from Salon Alpin on Vimeo.
Rifle's Spiral - magician with rabbit animation
The Making of The Rifle's Spiral (extended remix) from Jamie Caliri on Vimeo.
The Rifle's Spiral, Motion Control Breakdown from Jamie Caliri on Vimeo.
The Shins : The Rifle's Spiral from Jamie Caliri on Vimeo.
Japanese bath animation
TIMELAPSE from my thesis from KANGMIN KIM on Vimeo.
38-39°C from KANGMIN KIM on Vimeo.
Oh Willy... trailer from Emma de Swaef on Vimeo.
Mourir Aupres De Toi
Making Mourir Auprès De Toi from Simon Cahn on Vimeo.
Back to the Start
no making of video- but have seen videos in the past
Metronomy 'The Look'
Metronomy "the look" time-lapse from Max Winston on Vimeo.
Metronomy - The Look from lorenzo fonda on Vimeo.
no making of video
The Eagleman Stag - Trailer from Mikey Please on Vimeo.