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Claymation

[ kley-mey-shuhn ]
/ kleɪˈmeɪ ʃən /
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a stop-motion animation process using clay or Plasticine figures that are moved incrementally to create a lifelike look when the captured film frames are viewed in rapid sequence.
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Origin of Claymation

1975–80; clay1 + (ani)mation
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British Dictionary definitions for Claymation

claymation
/ (ˌkleɪˈmeɪʃən) /

noun
the techniques of animation applied to clay models

Word Origin for claymation

C20: from clay + (ani) mation
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