Friday, April 6, 2012
Okay, so I have had an incredibly fun time making my stop motion, and I'm still racing to finish. There are a few sequences that really turned out well. A few things that happened to my materials had me balled up in anger and rolling on the floor laughing. The physco cat (cat #2) decided to get up on a chair and steal a bunch of ribbon and put it in her food bowl. The reason she does this is because the other cat, Mojo (A.K.A. mojocat fatkitty, fat cat called bitch, momo, fatty, surrogate man (long story), and puss) can't eat if something foreign is in his food. So sally (A.K.A. psycho, skitty kitty, crazy cat, schizo,) decides to save her food by putting things like leaves, sticks, ribbon, rope, shoelaces, and lots of other crap in the food bowl. Well after solving Mojo's issue, i yelled at psycho for using my materials. then i checked all my clay for hairs in it. thankfully it was clean. for now...
I'm sure my cats will end up eating something that will make their poop strange at some point but they are clay-free for now. Some of the cool things i have done include: experimenting with hot clay and cussing out the blob, licking a blob of clay, using a candle and dripping wax on my banana, scouring the house for junk to use in the future, vacuuming all the hair from the two cats, listening to music and thinking about sequences, washing my hands over and over and over and over, and freezing. lots of freezing in that garage, which is why i heated the clay. In the future i will try new crazy things, maybe even having my own foot in a film!
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Sunday, April 1, 2012
OK, so now that I have talked about the first stop motion that inspired me, im going to talk about a stop motion that was a downright mindf*ck. "The Man in the Lower-Left Hand Corner of the Photograph", is an absolutely chilling, creepy, and disturbing stop motion. when i first watched it (in the dark at 2 am) I was quite haunted by it. The two part film captured the surreal feel, and creepy mood that I love. This is more disturbing than "Crooked Rot" and might even be one of the most disturbing thing on Youtube. Watch part 1 HERE, and part 2 HERE. I wouldn't recommend this for small children, because it IS in fact really disturbing.
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