December 01, 2010

Video: Animated paper makes a “Train of Thought”

Leo Bridle & Ben Thomas labored for 9 months to create their all-analog “Train of Thought“:

As often happens, I found the making-of video (in this case involving some Photoshop plus what one imagines were a heck of a lot of papercuts) even more interesting:

Posted by John Nack at 6:31 AM on December 01, 2010

Comments

  • Rich Morey — 9:17 AM on December 01, 2010

    Wow! Thats incredible. I wonder how long it would take to do something like this on a computer – and how close to “real” they could make it look. (By “real” I mean make the PC version look like the hand done version.)

  • Jack Tanksley — 2:58 PM on December 01, 2010

    Truly an amazingly creative effort, executed in a brilliantly, whimsical style. So original. I would love to do something like that. I just need to know from these folks what numbers to play so I won’t have to worry about income for 6 months.

  • Rick Lloyd — 4:07 PM on December 01, 2010

    John:

    Thanks for posting these two fabulous videos on your blog! I’m amazed that people have the kind of patience and tenacity required to make these kinds of videos. They are an inspiration to all of us!

    PS: Love your blog – keep up the good work!

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