Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Stop-Motion Papercraft Mario

(YouTube Link)

YouTube user smartkid82504 made this video. He writes:

A stop motion animation that I created as my final project for my "Art and Alternative Media" class at Boston College. The movie is comprised of over 300 frames, and the only materials that I used were paper, colored pencils, glue, and cardboard. Using graph paper I recreated the pixel data 1:1 with the different colored pencils and then cut out each "sprite" after gluing it to cardboard for stability. The coloring and cutting out took a long time, but shooting the frames and putting together the video probably in total took about 36 hours.

via Geekologie

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