The Prime Day worlds have always been centered around papercraft stop motion campaigns. Executing in this medium is an inherently intensive process, both in terms of time and resources. Each campaign can take multiple months to complete. Dozens of artists and fabricators are required. And, of course, the amount of materials used can be enormous. (The 2019 campaign, for instance, used a whopping 1,000 x-acto blades and enough cardboard to reach the height of the Empire State Building if lined up edge to edge.)
Stop motion is also a medium that requires vast reservoirs of patience, a commitment to craft, and a love for detail. Luckily, these are qualities that the Hornet team is in no short supply of, and when combined with access to our own 5,000 square foot stage and fabrication studio, this gives us the experience and resources to meet challenging schedule demands.