Drawn in a Moleskine, recorded using StopMotion Recorder for iPhone. These are new ducks additions to the pond I walk to– they’re little submarines!
This guy kept reminding me of Footrot Flats!
I watched Lawrence of Arabia the other night. This was a super-quick, super-intuitive drawing, but I liked the result of Lawrence and the camel (even if I ran out of paper)!
And no, riders in LoA didn’t use reigns on their camels, that was pure artistic license. Besides, it runs off the page. Maybe it’s got a horse head?!
He’s hungry and his napkin/bib turned out to have eggsies on it.
These guys are makin’ some mischief.
Drawn at the Outer Beast, one of the Wild Beast openings at CalArts.
So you’ve always liked animation and you always thought zoetropes were cool. Perhaps you wanted to make your own zoetrope but felt a little lazy and didn’t quite have the motivation to go dig a motor out of some old kid’s toy? Or maybe you never quite knew how to go about it before.
Well, boys and girls, ladies and gentlemen, I now bestow upon you my super-simple, super-cheap, relatively-quick instructions for a zoetrope made out of household goods!