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Frame by Frame Stop Motion by Tom Gasek

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Exercise 32-D/3-D Handball

Mixing techniques can result in some very interesting visuals that can be as fun to plan as they are to produce. Many artists combine approaches successfully, and it gives their work a unique art direction. One artist viewed in previous chapters is the Italian graffiti artist Blu. This stop-motion artist paints graphic two-dimensional images on exterior and interior walls in sequences, while shooting a frame-by-frame camera that is in constant motion. Blu also paints three-dimensional objects as he animates them moving through his composition. This combination of the three-dimensional and twodimensional graphic worlds is seamlessly blended in an organic and practical manner all directly in front of the camera.

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