Protéigon: Stop-Motion Papercraft Film


Mon, Dec 19th, 2011 12:00 by capnasty NEWS

This stop-motion short film was directed by Steven Briand (aka Burayan) during his two month internship with Partizan. The music really gives a sense of magical control over the shape-shifting papercrafts.

From Andrew Tarantola's article on Gizmodo:

Who says you need a big budget to create awesome movies? Animation Intern Steven Briand created this clever stop-motion video, titled Proteigon, during his two-month tenure at Partizan with little more than a camera, some paper, and an excellent understanding of geometry.



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