How Pokémon Concierge Brought Its Stop Motion World to Life?

Netflix’s Pokémon Concierge takes the Pokémon universe in a new direction with its stop-motion animation. The series is set on a beautiful tropical island where we meet Haru, the concierge, working alongside human characters like Alisa and Tyler, and a host of Pokémon guests such as Psyduck, Dragonite, and Pikachu.

The show offers a unique look into the animation process. It reveals how the Pokémon characters are brought to life in stop motion, a technique involving meticulous frame-by-frame animation. This behind-the-scenes glimpse is fascinating for fans and aspiring animators alike.

The series boasts a talented voice cast including Non, Fairouz Ai, Eita Okuno, and Yoshiko Takemura. Their voices give depth and personality to the characters. The series is directed by Iku Ogawa, with Harumi Doki handling the writing. The creative vision is further enhanced by Tadahiro Uesugi’s concept art and character designs, all realized by the skilled team at dwarf studios.

The theme song “Have a Good Time Here” by Mariya Takeuchi adds the perfect auditory touch to the visuals, completing the appeal of the series. The creation of Pokémon Concierge is a testament to the dedication and artistry involved in stop-motion animation. Although laborious, the end product showcases the creators’ commitment to storytelling and animation craft.


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Dejan Kacurov

Hello everyone! My name is Dejan, but you can call me Mr.D. I enjoy all video games, especially Apex Legends, Pokemon Go, and Spider-Man. A husband and father of two who also goes to the gym often and does Crossfit. I got inspiration for gaming exactly 8 years ago, and I've been writing gaming news for 7 years. I hope that you will find all the answers to your questions regarding gaming on our site. Stay healthy, and love each other!

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