In early 2006, after a
spirited, pint-fueled conversation with his peers at The Barley Mow pub,
filmmaker Jim Le Fevre struck upon a new way to create animation: shoot
Traditionally, animated sequences are not, obviously,
"live." A series of frames created separately from each other, they are
spliced together and displayed rapidly in sequence to create the
illusion of live action. But Le Fevre decided he wanted to create that
illusion in real time, bypassing the splicing process entirely.