found by Franz Blach.
from IMDB: “…This short was created by rotoscope – a process that traces back the live action frame by frame and turns it into animation. The original live action was shot with 5 cameras – 2 high, 2 low and one hand held. The music from “The One That Got Away” blared in the background as Tom Waits sang karaoke style different lyrics on each take. Two strippers, 6 takes and 13 hours of video footage were edited to make a 5 1/2 minute live action short which we turned into animation. A total of 5,500 frames were caricatured and then re-drawn, inked and painted by hand onto celluloid acetate to produce this film. …”
found by Flori
found by @dagilb. Merci!
found by Burton Rast – thanks!
Yes, it’s HTML5…
learn, style and groove in parallel
January 13, 2011 at the Sunny Red (Munich), followed by “Matt Driven” and “Die Amplitude”. It was big fun!
just one of the many beautiful experiments….
see Michael’s thoughts: http://michaelhendrix.blogspot.com/2010/12/music-industry-hack-yourself.html
Core 77 writes about it here: http://www.core77.com/blog/object_culture/core77_exclusive_ideos_i_miss_my_pe…
visit the site: http://www.imissmypencil.com/
or buy the book… it’s worth it.
cool project, cool video, and coolest voice since Stephen Fry…
Thanks Joseph (and Michelle) for sharing.
good reminder that the next nature will be the old one.
Found at Glaserei – you know who you are…
Thanks so much again to http://blog.stuttgarter-zeitung.de/ – never ending source of inspiration.