Stop Motion Samples 2016
Stop Motion Samples 2016
Plow
Plow
The Darkness
The Darkness
Donut Fun - Stop Motion
Donut Fun - Stop Motion
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Stop Motion Samples 2016
PlowA morning at Plow in San Francisco, CA.
The DarknessI've really enjoyed making videos. My latest one is a study in making movement and interest with stationary objects—in this case, lamps. It is a classic studio setting, yet I tried to capture the personality of the playful lamp designs.I'll talk more about how the video was made in a later post on my web site peterbelanger.com/blogI was very excited to get permission from Indianna Hale to use the song, "nowhere to be." You can see more of her amazing music at  myspace.com/indiannahale 
Donut Fun - Stop MotionI love donuts and I love stop motion so why not combine them? That’s what I’ve done with this playful video, it’s short but sweet—just like the donuts in it. The creation of the video took several days. It may look simple but it took lots of planing and strategizing. One issue is that donuts change their appearance over time. I had to plan each part to be completed within a day. If I wasn’t able to get the shot done, I had to wait until the next day to start again with fresh donuts. Another issue was that the donuts left a sugar/grease trail as they moved. Rather then clean the surface after each move (which I did in the beginning) I backed each donut with cardboard. This made it much more efficient to move the donuts around without the hassle and mess. Another big part of completing the video was finding some great music to set the tone. Thankfully Craig Bromley was on board for creating some custom music for the video. I am amazed he was able to develop such a range in the relatively short time span of the video.
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