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Acclaimed director Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs was one of 2018’s most anticipated and well received films, with particular praise heaped on the super-smooth and stylised stop-motion animation used in the film.


One of the most beautiful scenes from the film shows a sushi chef preparing some sushi – featuring bizarre ingredients, live animals and incredible animation. This video released from Andy Biddle, one of the animators behind the scene, shows how over the course of 32 days he and his fellow animator Tony Faurquar Smith worked to create under 40 seconds of footage.

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Isle of Dogs|Stop-Motion|Timelapse

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