I am always a fan of stop motion movies and this one created by film maker and animator Jonathan Chong is just great to watch. The complete video is a total of 5,125 frames over 3 minutes 23 seconds and uses 920 pencils to create the different effects and animations. Watch it after the jump, together with a behind the scenes look at how it was created.
The video has been created for Australian indie-folk group Hudson and their song Against the Grain and took Chong hundreds of hours to complete working on his own.
More information can be found about the movie creators, together with more examples of work over on his Vimeo page including a great 2011 showreel and a Chenrezig Sand Mandala time-lapse.
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