Origin of Claymation
A blend of clay and animation. Originally registered as a trademark by Will Vinton in 1978, then entered the English language as a genericized trademark.
A form of stop-motion animation that uses actual clay figures which are molded into different positions for each frame. See stop-motion animation.
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