This is a video from animator Tomosteen featuring his character Mr. Bone (who appears to be a legless gorilla skeleton) preparing a pizza. The time that must have gone into making this is most impressive. That’s real dedication. And remember: you can’t spell dedication without dead. You catch my drift?
This is HADARI, a short stop-motion pilot about a one-armed wooden samurai kicking ass, and, at least from what I saw, not bothering to take names. That’s how I like to do it too. He uses a number of different arm attachments to dispatch enemies in his way, who spray
This is ‘Dreaming’, a stop motion video created by artist DariusTwin (previously: this amazing video) using a series of long-exposure light painting photographs with no editing afterwards. Just watching it I felt like I was dreaming! A pleasant dream too, not my usual nightmare of getting chased and all my
Created by photographer Brett Foxwell of bfophoto using 12,000 leaves he collected and pressed, this is a stop motion animation of a leaf morphing shape and color over the course of two and a half minutes. Organizing all those leaf photos into a fluid animation must have been quite the
This is ‘Dolly Daisy In Hearts And Flowers’, an incredibly creepy 1930’s stop motion video from Warner Bros featuring two male suitors (from what I could gather, a sailor and business magnate) both vying for the affection of Daisy after spotting her changing and flexing like a bodybuilder in her
This is a very worthwhile video of pop artist Mr. Doodle covering the entirety of his home (inside and out) with doodles, using 401 cans of black spray paint, 286 bottles of black ink, and 2296 pen nibs over the course of two years. Damn! I only wish I knew
This is a stop motion video of chronic starer (You got a problem, boy?!) and pianist Lord Vinheteiro performing Korsakov‘s ‘Flight of the Bumblebee’ with a single finger, his digit remaining motionless and only the keyboard moving. He says he spent 36 hours making and editing the one minute clip,
This is a video of stop-motion animator/self-proclaimed video wizard Kevin Parry recreating the Netflix intro using about $30 worth of yarn and three days’ time. Admittedly, impressive, although it would have been more impressive if he also managed to make the ‘TA-DUM’ sound effect out of yarn too. But the