the art of allowing
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the art of allowing

If you've ever seen a flip book animation using pages which you scan through to exhibit a shorter animation sequence, you own an idea of how stop motion animation works. For best initial results, you need to plan your animation sequence. If you map out obviously any good simple animation plan of how your objects will in the end move, filming the stop motion animation segments is going to be smoother and easier. There are several methods to film an animation sequence, but using stop motion is probably the simplest and easiest techniques to guarantee professional-looking results even with no lot of formal digital video training, video filming background or video production experience. Once you've completed only a few stop motion videos, you may be asked to go more into depth with the process to make longer, richer, much more animated sequences and shorts. Magnum, PI covers the life span of Thomas Magnum (Tom Selleck), a former Naval Intelligence officer who resigns his position so that you can set up his or her own private investigation business in Oahu, Hawaii. Through either luck or acquaintance, he lands work as head of security for bestselling author Robin Masters' luxurious beachfront estate. This enables Magnum they are driving around in Masters' sporty flame-red Ferrari, take advantage of various high-tech toys, and live a life of relative ease within the estate's guest house. But Magnum constantly butts heads with estate manager Jonathan Higgins (John Hillerman), a former British military man in their own right, then one with a strict penchant for order and discipline. Despite their conflicts, Magnum and Higgins conserve a healthy friendship, while Magnum's friends Rick Wright (Larry Manetti) and T.C. Calvin (Roger E. Mosley) are forever being drawn into Magnum's dangerous investigations?