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TAKEUCHI TAIJIN – Stop Motion with Wolf and Pig

A wolf loves pork

Catch The Pork

Fight for the things you love. Run after them, do all you can to get their very heart. And in the end you and them will be one and only thing.

This amazing stop animated short film is the work of Takeuchi Taijin: photos are shot, rearranged to compose the frame, and then photographed again.

I’m using the word photomation to point out those shorts that use this same technique, like PEN Story and Photo Finish.

Combatti per ciò che ami. Inseguile, fa tutto ciò che è in tuo potere per arrivarne al cuore. Solo così, alla fine, sarete una cosa sola.

Questo stupefacente corto animato è opera di Takeuchi Taijin: le foto scattate sono riarrangiate a comporre il fotogramma, e fotografate nuovamente.

Userò il termine photomation per riferirmi ai film che usano questa stessa tecnica, come PEN Story e Photo Finish.

Copyright © 2009
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Stop Motion With Wolf And Pig

DOWNLOAD (640×480): Scarica Stop Motion with Wolf and Pig in alta risoluzione standard.
[Format: MPEG-4 - Size: 25 MB - Running Time: 4 min.]

DOWNLOAD (640×480): Scarica Stop Motion with Wolf and Pig in alta risoluzione standard.
[Format: Ogg Video - Size: 28 MB - Running Time: 4 min.]

DOWNLOAD (320×240): Scarica Stop Motion with Wolf and Pig da Boo.
[Format: MPEG-4 - Size: 19 MB - Running Time: 4 min.]

WATCH: Guarda Stop Motion with Wolf and Pig in finestra.

WATCH (ALT.): Guarda Stop Motion with Wolf and Pig su Milk and Cookies.
[Format: Flash Video]

LINK: Visita Takeuchi Taijin.

{ 4 } Comments

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