“Nowhere Near Here” is a creative video by Pahnl that uses light painted stencils for stop-motion animation, following a glowing dog on its journeys around a city. Production took over 300 hours, and involved getting down on the knees to light paint over 200 stencils. (via PETAPIXEL)
I have been writing about stop-motion movies before. I have also posted stop-motion film I have made myself… but this beats everything! This stop-motion film shows a guy walking across America. It’s made only with a Canon 5D. It’s really worth watching both the movie itself and the “behind the scenes movie”. Thanks to the guys at www.petapixel.com for inspiring me.
This is the new video for the song Grindin’ by Nobody Beats The Drum. It’s an amazing piece of stop/motion work. 4085 photos were used for the video and it’s one of the band members himself who has made the video. Also, there is a quite funny documentary about the making of the video that you should definitely watch after the video itself.
Just found this absolutely amazing video from 8-bit trip. It took them more than 1500 hours to take photos of LEGO bricks and make this fantastic stopmotion movie. Wish I had that kind of time for projects like that..