Animation can be a long, arduous process that requires God like patients, however after taking part in a real-time arts project, director David Wilson discovered that combining praxinoscopes with custom record labels created a much faster form of animation that could be completed fully in-camera; without the need for any post or 3D manipulation. David joins us to discuss the process and why a hands on approach to working can lead to new creative discoveries.

Moray McLaren: We Got Time(2009)

Using both praxinoscopes and the technique of matching up the frame rate of the spinning record to that of the camera, no computer super-imposing was used; what you see is what rolled off the camera. The transitions between each section of animation was created by simply cutting or wiping between the bits of footage.

2 Responses to DN144: Moray McLaren: We Got Time – David Wilson

  1. craig price says:

    Really interesting and helpfull!

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