This stop motion video has been made by Dutch visual artist Rogier Wieland for Moleskine. These compact and colourful planners are the smallest in the Moleskine catalogue so far. They are about the same size as a pack of tissues.
This stop motion video is effective because even though it doesn't show a story line or pattern, it makes the most of the objects that can be found in a normal household. The movement looks smooth and fluent because the background stays the exact same, even the shade doesn't change, meaning the lighting has carefully been done to stay the same throughout.
Stop motion en papier, paper cut out Carte de voeux 2011 @Oledie
What I like about this stop motion is the different ways paper is used to create the animation, such as unrolling and scrunching. This makes the animation more interesting as the different methods of making the paper move help to provide a smooth transition between frames and stop the animation becoming too repetitive. This animation helps to inspire ideas for my own film such as using paper as a main medium and the different ways I can make the paper move to provide an interesting visual