It is time… for some videos! This week, dance appears to have been a theme.
“This is an experimental video created by developing an animation technique called rotoscope. Rotoscope is usually a method of tracing the outline of a person to produce animation, but in this work it is a curve tracing exactly the movement of the ballerina shot and drawing a trajectory of dance from it using a computer.”
Created by “Euphrates”, who have a few other pretty great videos.
“The origins of how we measure time can be traced back as far as 4000 years ago to the Sumerians who devised an accurate celestial calendar using the number 60.”
Caution: some sweeping motion going on here, so if you’re watching this on a large screen you… might want to be cautious.
Great shooting though. Really dynamic.
A poignant, haunting short animated film from Aram Sarkisian.
Check out his overall artworks. So good!
Only it’s not really a “stroll.” 🙂 Featuring talented dancers Kimberly Braylock and Anthony Spaulding from the San Francisco Ballet.
I love this. Spontaneous, graceful, but most importantly fun.
And there we go! Friday! Videos! Yes!
Have a lovely Friday everybody. See you next month.