Squak Pattern Productions
- Tuesday, 05 March 2013 22:08
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 March 2013 22:18
- Written by Marc Spess
Glenda Rolle is working on a film project for a new start-up production company called Squak Pattern Productions.
Glenda and her team of artists in Illinois decided that even though they are geographically separate, they could handle any job through the use of the internet. This is definitely a trend in stop motion and is one way to cut down on overhead costs that make animation normally very expensive to create. Below you can see her whimsical video that explains her company.
One of the films that she and her team are putting together is called Rescued. They plan to release it later this year, and so far it looks interesting. You can watch the teaser below.
You can also visit Glendas web site which has a gallery of puppets, art and more by clicking here.