Definitely spectacular and hypnotic stop-motion animation utilizing matches

This is an exceptionally well done and hypnotic stop-motion animation by Tomohiro Okazaki including every imaginable play on matches. And as if the imagination wasn’t remarkable enough by itself, it repeats at 60 fps. The stop-motion video I produced my high school art class repeated at 2 frames per 2nd so 60 is simply displaying. It’s 7 and a half minutes long. At 60 frames per second. I indicate … Jesus.

I’m not overemphasizing at all when I state this is among the very best stop-motion animations I’ve ever seen. I can’t even understand the quantity of work that entered into this. It’s so great it makes me question if it’s really CGI, which is normally what individuals state when they see pictures of my face.

Keep choosing the complete video along with another of his stop-motion animations revealing a Rube Goldberg device of sorts.

And Okazaki’s stop-motion Rube Goldberg device:

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