reminds me of an exhibit at the Hands on Museum in A2 Michigan haha I used to love that place and the exhibit. It was all about strobe effects and whatnot.
that was gnarly
Keepin' it real, while keepin' it safe
how are your nipples? pointy?
I picked a hell of a day to stop smoking opium
Thats alot of frames.
Thats pretty intense.
But the editing takes hours to do.
Also, You'd have to have a very controlled environmental, IE lighting. Well simple enough if you can lock exposure but just saying.
yeah, When i attendeted the art center in pasadena i did alot of flip book stuff.
Flip booking is fun, I did one where jello melted through a fork.
TOOK FOREVER. :|
Im 15, I work with film. My brother is a photographer.
I was accepted when i was 13. (: My teacher has a heavy german everything he says that has a w sound funny.
You try editing that, It doesnt take 2 minutes.
Creative, I like it.
The technical name for this is a zoetrope; that's where it got its name.
Back in my undergrad days; a classmate did one of these for our studio art final. Aside from the fact that he chopped up a olmo in the process of creating the frame for the zoetrope; it was amazing in person.
I Have nigthclasses. The center is around 6 miles from my house, And main campus is up a mountain, I can't reach it on the fix gear.
Oh wait, did I say prodigy? I meant porridge. A child porridge, for the mama and papa bear.
I liked the trumpets