Below are four great videos from CHRLX for Jarritos and GSD&M. While you would think this is a full on stop motion short, this is actually a blend of CG characters and real world filmed backgrounds. The first video shows you how they did it, the following shows you what they made.
Here’s a little Friday afternoon inspiration. A fantastic stop motion video for Shugo Tokumaru’s “Katachi”made with 2000 machine cut silhouettes made out of PVC plastic. Enjoy.
Director, Concept, Animation – Kijek/Adamski
Production – Katarzyna Rup / Ab Film Production
Cast – Artur Cetnarowski
Gaffer – Heliograf, Blitz
Studio set – PlumArt Marcin “Śliwa” Śliwiński, Arek Szot, Joanna Kijek
The first video, shows a really nice stop motion video that Vodafone Ireland created to celebrate 100,000 likes on Facebook. The video is constructed from more than 10,000 SIM cards, and has a really nice flow to it. Whats more impressive though, is the second video that shows how they made it. If you think this kind of thing looks easy, watch video number two. It’ll change your mind.
A friend of mine sent me the link to this video about a week ago and I completely meant to post it. The thing is, it kind of got lost in the shuffle of the Adobe MAX conference last week and I spaced it.
I really love what they have done with this music video. The idea is so simple and the execution is so well done. In 100 seconds, you have 500 individuals holding actual analog photos in their hands. The images they are showing reveal a stop motion animation, and the individuals create their own stop motion video as well. The piece just works.
Music: “Malinkovec Valzer” by Maxmaber Orkestar.
Made by Eran Amir, in and around Israel.