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A Year in Full Colour - Moleskine Planners (2012): A very cool stop motion ad showing off all the new colors of Moleskine notebooks! Made and directed by the graphic motion designer Rogier Wieland, the video was made using 382 notebooks and features his cat and a mouse borrowed from a pet shop. The timelapse making-of video is just as much fun to watch: https://vimeo.com/51591015

A Year in Full Colour - Moleskine Planners (2012): A very cool stop motion ad showing off all the new colors of Moleskine notebooks! Made and directed by the graphic motion designer Rogier Wieland, the video was made using 382 notebooks and features his cat and a mouse borrowed from a pet shop. The timelapse making-of video is just as much fun to watch: https://vimeo.com/51591015

paper cut stop motion animation - YouTube

paper cut stop motion animation - YouTube

This is a cool idea to use paper to create a stop motion. I think the narration also works well to help the video flow. I could possibly use narration for my own, to create a story that the audience can follow.

This is a cool idea to use paper to create a stop motion. I think the narration also works well to help the video flow. I could possibly use narration for my own, to create a story that the audience can follow.

Classical music in a very different way! Music to watch!  Change: The Happiest Stop Motion Video Ever (1:29)

Classical music in a very different way! Music to watch! Change: The Happiest Stop Motion Video Ever (1:29)

I kind of enjoyed this video. I was watching it and I found it to be very creative and I just loved how the hands had like some kind of master control over the lines in the white board. However, I got turned off somewhere towards the end because I didn`t really get it (probably because it is not in English) and I got a bit bored. I think they managed to do all of this by changing the line`s shape inbetween frames and putting his/her hand in the correct place.

I kind of enjoyed this video. I was watching it and I found it to be very creative and I just loved how the hands had like some kind of master control over the lines in the white board. However, I got turned off somewhere towards the end because I didn`t really get it (probably because it is not in English) and I got a bit bored. I think they managed to do all of this by changing the line`s shape inbetween frames and putting his/her hand in the correct place.