Man, this stuff is crazy cool and weird:
This guy creates animations in clay and then slices the clay open and photographs them. Like, since he just needs to produce a 2D image, he then replicated time through the extra dimension of space. So it’s a kind of unusual way of approaching animation or moving pictures.

I had seen things before where people make images in sculpy or fimo and roll them out tiny so they can make beads out of them. And that’s kind of a similar principle, except they expect all the beads to have roughly the same picture, while this guy comes up with ways to make the picture move as it goes.

And of course, the guy has worked on Sesame Street and movie title sequences, since that’s where all experimental animation ends up.

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