Remember the stop motion video I was talking about? Well you can check out the previous blog post HERE~
Well Finally It's all OVER!!! 14 hours of shoot can you believe it. I had so much fun working with these guys and I've learnt so much throughout the whole shoot. Mix equal parts digital camera, computer, and imagination, and you’re on your way. Although creating stop motion animation is not difficult, it is time-consuming, repetitive and requires patience. As long as you're forewarned and keen, this makes a fantastic hobby and sometimes even grows into a career. I found taking the pics speedy and fun, but turning the pics into a movie was dull and tedious.
here's a few sneaky behind the scenes pictures~
Look how Kojak and Masrin DIY the camera stand haha...YEAP! It is very important to support the camera or place it so that it is sitting steadily and cannot shake as you take the photos. Otherwise, the end result will appear chaotic and lack continuity.
This is Kojak he's one creative dude!
I was a lil frustrated while waiting for my scene, but....