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Friday Night Flicks: Aveline Stoquart & David Duvieusart

This lovely little flick by Stoquart and Duvieusart closes the astronomy-themed flicks for July. The animation was completed while they were still students at the Haute École Albert Jacquard in Namur, Belgium.     I found no more work by … Continue reading

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Marginalia

For several days this past week I worked on my project Marginalia for this month’s Instagram areyoubookenough challenge.

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Friday Night Flicks: Rick McMahan

Tonight’s flick depicts the scale of The Universe. (Warning: Do not watch if you already feel insignificant.)     McMahan has produced a number of illustrated/animated videos for NASA. If you have some astronomy questions, you might get them answered … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Annie Amaya

Tonight’s flick is a stop-motion animation by Annie Amaya. It was originally posted here in 2017 for Tanabata and the July 7 anniversary of this blog and my website — officially eight years old yesterday.  In this version of the … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Alise Anderson

Tonight’s flick is a bit of animated choreography. The text on Vimeo includes one of my favourite credit lines: Created/Crafted/Shot/Edited/Loved/Hated by: Alise Anderson The video was made using over six hundred hand made paper shapes.     More of Anderson’s … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Amber B. Dianda

Some of the best paper stop motion animations are made for commercials. This lovely little flick is actually an ad for a line of socks. From Amber Dianda’s text on Vimeo: Each piece of paper was painstakingly cutout by hand … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Michael Kohlweg

Ooops! I had today’s flick selected and then forgot about posting it. Here it is, just a little later than usual. I selected it because I am doing another 99 day project this year and this is a compilation from … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Much Better Now from Salon Alpin

The theme for this month’s flicks is stop motion animation and, although I spent several hours earlier this week looking at animations made from paper, I am going to start with one I posted back in 2017. Here’s the full … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Parth Kothekar

These short videos by Parth Kothekar attracted me for two reasons: the speeding up of the cutting process has not been done to the point of inducing nausea in the viewer, and each set of finished papercuts creates a stop … Continue reading

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A Few Flexagons

It’s the time of year when some people make resolutions. Today’s first flexagon —in red below— could serve as a reminder to keep one in particular.

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