OMEGA

Omega

Click the pic to go to Vimeo and watch this very accomplished stop-motion animated short.

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Super Slow Motion

I’ve just returned from the Barbican in London having experienced The Rain Room exhibit and discovered my Canon S100’s ‘super slow motion’ function and become a little obsessed by it.

I hadn’t much time to realise that the setting was on the lowest possible resolution whilst filming and therefore the quality is pretty poor for my effort (video number one), but a little investigating found that the cameras capable of delivering higher resolution similar effects costs £1000s and way out of my reach in terms of affordability. And so, here is a collection of an effect that has become a little bit of an obession and more appreciated by me due to its techincality. Enjoy….

 

 

Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” Tribute in LEGO

 

If the animator was working at 24 frames per second, they would’ve had to make 14,616 miniscule adjustments to the Lego in order to make this video. Absolutely incredible and they must have the patience of a saint.

(Even if they were working at 12 fps, that’s still 7,308 adjustments)

The Joy of Books

Cool stop-motion animation showing what goes on at night in bookshops across the land! It’s real isn’t it?!

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