18.10.11 by Jeff

Have You Seen My Sister Evelyn

“Have You Seen My Sister Evelyn” by Evelyn Evelyn. A music video for everyone that’s ever drawn on a foggy window!

Evelyn Evelyn Have You Seen My Sister Evelyn Music Video

Watch the music video below!


Directed by Hoku Uchiyama

via: @maurice













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



  • toastrander

    So incredible! How is this even done?

    • looks to be a combination of actual drawing and computer

  • awesome ;D, I love this video, well dome :DDD!

  • Good good Work :)

  • Brilliantly mastered, I’m trying to figure out how it could have been made as you can’t see any touch ups yet I can’t see it being made frame by frame because of the mist on the windows not changing. It’s very clever and original though however it was made.

    • ya its extremely well done

    • mh.. probably the mist on the window is an actual image
      and the windows were clear while filming this.
      you can make transparent layers in movies as we all know
      this way you could animate the mist on the window
      making the photo a movie
      then film the movie behind the windows with a somewhat accurate timing (basicaly you always have parts where the girls are not seen – there you can make cuts – so you do have ‘scenes’ in there, which you can repeat over and over again until they fit.

      Adding 2 videos at once is also possible in liveview if i am correct. So maybe beneath the camera (where the girls are looking at) they could even follow their own movements on a screen to see if they’re moving according to the animation. However, this is not even needed but might be a big help.

      so: 1. animate, 2. take pictures of mist and add the animation as transparency on that mist, 3. do that for each window, 4. merge the window videos together to fit your actual image, 5. make the people behind the glass/whatever move according to the animation, 6. maybe adjust the animation to save some time, instead of making the people behind move perfectly.

      At least this is how I’d do it.

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