Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Project 5 -Narrative

This iMovie project is definitely going to be not my best work, so to speak. I have no idea how to use iMovie and more own thinking isn't very linear, so this whole thing is going to be difficult. Not to mention, I'm just using jpgs, everytime I want someone to movie I'm working with same still and moving a limb or an eyebrow just a bit again and again. But anyway, that's not what this post is about.

There's something to be said about people who go through the trouble of stop-motion videos. Here's a great one (I don't know if there is sound or how it looks with sound, I don't have sound currently...): They used over 3,000 images.

London (harder, better, faster, stronger) from David Hubert on Vimeo.

[Update 11.12.08]
Here's another cool video (not a stop-motion)--again, no sound, so I don't know if the music is any good. I like the concept. It starts to lag, but watch til the end, the credits part is pretty cool.
I wonder if they hired a hand model?

KRAAK AND SMAAK squeeze me from FunkySpaceMonkey on Vimeo.


Caitlin said...

That's a cool video. I also feel your pain with IMovie. I am using illustrations and I don't think Imovie likes them very well or maybe I am just missing something... Good luck with your project :)

Karin Sayan said...

That was cool. It does have sound. I am so excited to be doing something other than magazine writing and design. My movie still needs work, but I can't wait to show it and get some feedback so I can make it complete.

Sam said...

I actually really liked your movie. I think it was creative, cute, and entertaining.

h. van de mark said...

Thanks Sam, likewise for yours, but that's no surprise.

And apologies to everyone for all the grammar mistakes and typos in my posts recently! I hope to get to them eventually, they're driving me nuts!