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Stop Motion - GuizDP: Donkey Kong

Uploaded by YouTuber Guiz and Jerome

Published on Jul 25, 2013

Stop Motion - GuizDP: Donkey Kong

Thanks to Simon, Marilyn, Marie-Ève and especially Stéphanie for helping building the sprites and moving them around my apartment! Pixel Art FTW!

Background music: Kevin MacLeod - Itty Bitty 8 Bit ( Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0"

Ending song by GuizDP

License - Standard YouTube License

NES beads by EricOdmyr

Uploaded by YouTuber EricOdmyr

Uploaded on Mar 18, 2010

A stop motion animation made with Hama plastic beads. The games in the animation are: Super Mario Bros.; Super Mario Bros. 3; Mega Man; The Legend of Zelda.

Music by Bunnymajs.
The song is called "WHAT DID YOU SAY?"

  • License - Standard YouTube License


Uploaded by Vimeo User alex varanese

"I recently found myself wondering what a video game might look like in the form of a stop motion animation. While a normal person's response to such a question would of course be "who gives a s#*!?" I possess few of the qualities typically associated with normalcy and was irrevocably compelled to find out. This is the result.

Also, I'd like to think I'm the first person to be inspired by Michel Gondry AND R-Type on the same project." - Alex Varanese

Amazing Fire Animation!

Uploaded by YouTuber brusspup

Uploaded on Jun 13, 2010

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All I can say is ..this took over 2 weeks to do. A lot of fire, A lot of smoke, a lot of heat, and a whole lot of frustration.

Some may not consider this an illusion.

Heres the definition of illusion: something that deceives by producing a false or misleading impression of reality. 

The idea for this started when I was editing the behind the scenes footage for the Fire Illusion video. I sped up the footage of me blowing out the candles and it looked really cool to see the candles going from being lit to unlit so quickly ..and it hit me that the candles could be used as pixels. 

I spent a couple of weeks thinking about how involved it would be to do. My initial goal was to animate classic videos games, such as tetris, pong, pac-man and mario bros. After testing I realized mario bro's would be too hard and I gave up. I stuck with tetris, pong and pac-man but since those didnt take up much time I decided to include a few random shapes. The initial goal was to light each candle individually and blow it out according to the required movements of each shape. I soon realized that it was just not going to be practical. The main problem was keeping the flame consistent on the candles. Some candles would burn perfectly. Others would burn out quickly. I decided to take a different approach. I took a picture of all the candles unlit ..and then lit all the candles ..and took a picture of that. I know that some people will consider that "cheating" and I understand. But I just wanted to give the over all effect and to me it's still an enjoyable video to watch.

I did all of the editing in photoshop. The animation of each shape and the 3 games took almost 2 weeks of work. I definitely was at the point of wanting to give up at several points. But kept coming back ...until finally completing it.

  • License - Standard YouTube License