‘AT-AT Day Afternoon’ Film Created with Video and Stop-Motion Footage

Here’s a really imaginative short film called AT-AT day afternoon, created by Canadian filmmaker Patrick Boivin. Boivin took a vintage Star Wars Walker toy and transformed it into man’s best friend. The film was created using a blend of stop-motion animation, puppetry, and clever household green screens that aren’t always green. Boivin, who is self-trained in filmmaking and effects, said in an interview that he shoots primarily with a Canon 5D Mark II.

Check out the behind-the-scenes video below.

(via Planet 5D)

  • Anthony

    so amazing!

  • Matt

    Thanks for the links. I hadn't seen these before. Fantastic videos! In the 'making of' video, it shows him cloning out one of the dogs in the park scene. I'm not to familiar with film making – does he have to do clone out that dog with each individual video frame or is there software to automate that process? Thanks.

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  • Jim

    your answer is in the making of video.

  • Jim

    your answer is in the making of video.