A Quadruplet fights Evil Ninja Hamsters with breakdancing Robots


Evil Hamster via Malcolm (der's von einem Tweet von mir hat), Breakdance Robot via Underwire, Great Swords Meat Bike via Kotzendes Einhorn, Japan Coast Guard at Senkaku via MeFi.

Bonustrack: Musikvideo/Kurzfilm zu „Into the Cosmos“ von Architeq/Chopsy mit Stopmotion-Vinyl (via Cartoon Brew).

Originally it was conceived as a short film by Chopsy (director Darren Robbie), with a simple premise: “what happens to all the old vinyl people used to play? From out of attics, rubbish bins & forgotten shelving, the records are summoned to an old warehouse by a mysterious ‘collector’.”

Using a combination of stop-frame, pixellation, live-action & time lapse animation, it was shot in a variety of locations around Bristol & was created by shooting entirely in camera whenever possible (at other times multiple passes were combined). By shooting each frame within a specific timescale for the external shots, we see vinyl records interacting with the ever changing natural light & weather (dry or wet, sunny or cloudy) – if you look closely you can even see puddles drying out in a couple of shots.

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