Jim Danforth

Jim Danforth

Jim Danforth is a visual effects artist known for his stop-motion animation work. Active from the 1960s to the 1980s, Danforth's style is characterized by his attention to detail and realistic movements. He achieved fame for his work on films like 'When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth' (1970) and 'The Island Earth' (1967). Danforth pioneered the use of miniature models and stop-motion animation to create believable creatures and special effects on screen.

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SOMETHING in the style of Jim Danforth

See also

Ray HarryhausenWillis O'BrienPhil TippettHarryhausen-styleStop-motion animation