DEADLINE, a great little stop-motion by Bang-yao Liu.
View DEADLINE below!
i love the part where he drives out through the window. superb work on this
agreed…this must have taken forever…
insane… I wonder how many people he had helping him put the notes up and taking them down.. rain part is my favourite 😀 driving seems like the hardest bit
nice, the making of is almost as good!
i love this stuff! stop motion is awesome! more more more!
That is insane. That must take a lot of patience.
Loved the driving part. The music is quite fitting, as well.
amazing great job on the sound!
This is inslanly amazing. Why didn’t I think of this. I use to do doodles on post-it notes and put ’em on my wall. Kept falling off though, it killed my boner.
wow def some of the better stop motion anima that I have seen, and totally original with the use of post-its and the story-boarding.
Holy crap that must have taken forever..
Man that was awesome, roykksop, isnt it? nice work.
increible man. uff admirable totalmente
unbelievable. i love the racetrack one as well. ingenious and very well done.
what a great piece of work!!! diggin’ it
great work!!! i love the rain too, it’s amazing! and the making of is very interesting too!
lovely way to put a deadline!!
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Awesome! with the beautiful tones of eple/royksopp
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I adore this! I can’t imagine all the time he had to put into making this.
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