04.12.08 by Jeff

Intervelometer

Intervelometer, by Team DAK (Deniz Merdanogullari, Aparna Kapur and Kunal Sen) won ‘Best Picture’ at the 2nd Annual Trick 17 Stop Motion Animation Contest where 18 teams had 52 hours to make a 1-3 minute film. I also have to mention that they are recent graduates of Emily Carr University, because I went there too!













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • http://www.wordarc.com Alamir

    what’s cool is that at around 1:25 when the horse animation touches the Science World (or Telus world, whatever they call it now) it looks like it actually lights up! ..Kind of like a Billy Jean Michael JAckson effect…

    Emily Carr students have done it again.

  • http://www.monsterdinosaur.blogspot.com MONSTERDINOSAUR

    this is amazing, especially considering the time restraint, they deserved to win the TRICK 17 competition Pho sure.

  • http://www.shotsringout.com Brian

    That was damn fantastic. Impressed.





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