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Here is "Sumo Roll", the story of an otherwise calm sushi chef who is interrupted from his work by an unexpected guest. It was created by current Disney animator Jay Kim back when he was still a graduate student in the University of Southern California's esteemed Animation & Digital Arts program. The short has been screened at film festivals worldwide, including the Montreal Stop Motion Film Festival, the Singapore International Childrens' Film Festival, and Big Eddy Film Festival in Narrowsburg, New York.
This is definitely what I look like when I go out for sushi :)
Ha! I love claymation so much. I miss the age of Wallace & Gromit and Chicken Run...
This is adorable and so funny! Stop motion animation is such a wonderful art form, I wish more movies and short films were done this way.
@TeamWaffles I think considering the work that's put into animated shorts is partially why I grew to like them so much. They're short, obviously, but they require a lot of patience and technical work!
This must have taken so much work! Awesome!