January 4, 2013

"Hand-drawn animation with ink, white-out and coffee."

Lotsa coffee.

19 comments:

wyo sis said...

It looks like a massive doodle. How long was that phone call?

Surfed said...

They're called Zentangles and there are books to show you how to drawthem. Though not with this much talent, flair or animation.

Hazy Dave said...

Althouse should send some doodles to Chip to animate. I'll volunteer to produce a soundtrack at least as interesting as that one. (I know, setting the bar pretty low, here, cuz that's how I roll.)

Darrell said...

Everyone does that when on hold for a government phone call. Well that or writing "fuck you" a million times.

edutcher said...

Way too much caffeine.

Robert Cook said...

Wow, and he's got many of these things! I love the gritty, "cruddy" textures and look of his drawing.

kcom said...

Reminds me somewhat (or quite a bit) of what's called sand animation. What I like about the example linked is that it tells a real story. You might need to brush up on your Ukrainian history to understand all of it.

kcom said...

Reminds me somewhat (or quite a bit) of what's called sand animation. What I like about the example linked is that it tells a real story. You might need to brush up on your Ukrainian history to understand all of it.

bpm4532 said...

Why?

Mitchell the Bat said...

I liked the part where the guy's being chased, and he runs clean through the door, and the hole in the door is the same shape as the guy.

Robert Cook said...

Why not?

sydney said...

A little too much image noise for me, but I did like the part with the guys brain and all its connections until the other man pushed the brain in. Bleh.

kcom - the sand animation is amazing.

Shouting Thomas said...

That's not really what I'd call an animation.

Layering up of images like that is not exactly what I'd call animation.

Robert Cook said...

ST, that is an animation.

flotsam jetsam said...

That's how I felt NYE.

Shouting Thomas said...

No, Cookie, I work in the multimedia field, and that is not really an animation. It's more of a PowerPoint presentation.

EMD said...

It's a stop-motion animation made from multiple images.

So yes, it's an animation.

Inga said...

Very cool!

AlanKH said...

That animation is what I expected the Mayan Apocalypse to look like.