Whenever the Olympics come around, the BBC always comes up with some fantastic promotional sequences for it – you know, just in case a single person in the UK forgot that the BBC was going to be covering the Olympics. Fortunately, The BBC’s Olympics coverage usually looks pretty good and often seems to be a testbed for new filmmaking tech, techniques and ideas.
This particular one is a technique we’ve actually featured here on DIYP before, stop motion animation using 3D printed models. While there is some CGI in this one from the BBC’s Olympics coverage, there are several sequences that were created by stop motion animation and 3D printed models of athletes doing their thing on the ice and snow.
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