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Trevor & Rover HD

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Published on Jun 3, 2010

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Trevor and Rover was the first stop motion animation film that I made when I was in year 7 (7 years ago). It was made by both me and my friend Thomas Beeby, with some help from Dean McDermott, Jane Sweetlove and many other friends and family members. We started making the short animation in late 2005 and it was completed in late June 2006.

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Story line

Trevor and Rover were trying to enjoy, what they though would have been an ordinary day. Trevor keeps noticing that many of his objects keep dissapearing and many other unusual events take place. Trevor automatically blames Rover (the dog) for all these events. But later on they both find out that it is a mysterious monkey hand, that had been on the loose, and causing all the trouble.

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The process of stop motion animation is very time consuming and quite difficult. Originally we were going to make a Wallace and Gromit film but instead decided to create our own characters, although Trevor looks a lot like Wallace! We spent up to four hours a week after school at Turton High School producing the film. The short film was entered in to the Corner House competition and was shown on the big screen in Manchester, UK. We have made a few other short animations, but many were lost when the computers were wiped and consequently lost forever.


All the music, sound fx and clips in this short film were made by Corna Animations. Please note that the copyright for both "Trevor & Rover" and "Corna Animations" are owned by me, Peter Entwistle.

Corna Animations has now got its own YouTube channel @CornaAnimations! There will be new animations added very soon, both 3d and 2d. So keep up to date by subscribing to petertheanimator.

© Corna Animations 2005-2012

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