A Thousand Reasons



Dan Britt made this animation for a great cause, here is what he says

'I made this animation for the WMD Awareness Programme for their 1000 reasons campaign. I had to come up with some low budget solutions, including a 2m long rotating table to create the camera movements in the animation. The voiceover is by stand up comedian and 'Peep Show' actress Isy Suttie.'

It is a lovely way to incorporate the traditional origami cranes from Japan, and using other paper made objects to create the storyline.


By: Lisa
Posted: Mon 9th Jul 2012

Tags: Motion, animation, crane, japan, origami, paper, Stop motion, WMD

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