Stop Motion Software became my passion when I first set eyes on Wallace and Gromit and later Shaun the Sheep. Aardman have been inspirational both in their creative spirit and imagination in the art of stop motion animation. I came across a nice report from the National Trust charity in the UK recently. Here is a transcript of the article. ( All rights to the BBC & National Trust Charity-UK) Tim Muffett:      Very few companies are considered a national treasure. Many feel Aardman is precisely that, from Morph to Wallace and Gromit, from Peter Gabriel’s groundbreaking video for Sledgehammer to Shaun the Sheep. Aardman has made them all. Now, Aardman’s latest production is actually a spin-off series. So, just as the American comedy Frasier was a spin-off from Cheers, and Grange Hill was such a big hit, they made Tucker’s Luck, not such a good example of that one. So Shaun the Sheep has been such a big hit, it’s now time for Timmy Time. It is Aardman’s first show for preschoolers, children aged between 2 and 5. Speaker 2:           I wanted Timmy to be in a very bright, colourful stylized world because I think when you’re a preschooler and you go to nursery, it’s a really fun, exciting time, it’s the first time you leave home, and I wanted, as you just see, the sets to be fun and I wanted kids to want to jump into the TV and be there with Timmy.   Tim Muffett:      Like all Aardman productions, Timmy Time uses stop motion animation, you move the character take a picture, move the character take another picture. Just as animator Garrett is doing for our camera now.   Garrett:  Move the ears down this time perhaps.   Tim Muffett: […]