Kirsten Lepore Quotes.
I really like incorporating elements, and it’s also difficult to do in stop motion, which means sometimes I run into problems.
I was one of those kids that always drew all the time.
The lighting changes were definitely the biggest thing and the biggest reason that people don’t shoot stop motion outdoors.
I played a lot of music all throughout my life, actually, but in high school I was in marching band and all the bands. So, I was big into music, I was big into drawing and sculpture, and all these different things.
Having animation as this time-based medium made a lot of sense for me, and then stop motion was even more fun because it was so hands-on and physical in a way that I really liked.
I was always really fascinated with animation, but just in a way all kids are with watching Disney movies and all that, but I had no idea how animation was done.
I grew up camping with my family. We took so many trips. We had an RV, actually, when we were growing up. We did a ton of camping trips and went across the country.
For me, one of my favorite parts of stop motion is not even the animating or the writing, but actually building. I always say that my favorite stage is just fabrication. It’s just sitting on a workbench, making a little thing out of clay or whatever. That just totally excites me.
I feel like there’s a lot of drama in weather. It’s something that’s done really often in live action, so I figure, why not translate that to animation?