Get Your War On is a series of red-ink comic strips about post-9/11 America, and an important voice of satire and reason in an unreasonable world. And now they’ve gone all stop-motion on us. Here’s the first episode (er, rated M for language):
Is there a name for this style of animation, where an artist draws (or uses some clever video editing tricks to appear to draw) over live video to achieve a very realistic style of character movement?
I think I learned that term in relation to the “Take On Me” video.
Hah, sorry, totally didn’t see Carlos comment somehow. 🙂
It’s called Rotoscoping. It was used in the ’80s a lot, like many ill-advised things.
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