As we prepare for Isle of Dogs to hit theaters, the team behind Wes Anderson‘s latest stop-motion movie have given a look at all the work that went into animating the project. The mini-documentary sees everyone from Anderson himself to animators and producers explain what they do to “get a performance out of these lumps of metal and rubber and silicone.”
Elsewhere, the team explain the painstaking process of making the movie, which includes how they make speech seem real and trying to develop different walks for each character. Overall, a team of 27 animators and 10 assistants was needed for Isle of Dogs, with hundreds of thousands of different frames and models used on the project.
Recently, virtual reality was used to give another behind-the-scenes look at the film.