And finally, here are two animations of theirs I just like: The first is simply called, Plates. The second is a 2D animation of glowing Clockwork Plankton. Very dreamy:
Have you ever seen such creativity be expressed by two people in so many diverse ways? Each animation is as unique and original as the next. It's good to know that stop-motion and 2D animation are not dead--quite the opposite; in fact, these styles seem to be teeming with new methods and fresh ideas coming from all over the place.
I have no doubt Sumo Science will continue to be a leader in the forefront of this stop-motion "reawakening"; constantly brightening our days with the cooky antics of their characters and the colorfulness of their imaginations. It is a welcome renaissance.