Paper Shredder: A stop animation snowboard film

Created By: Paul & Stephen Gemignani

One snowboard shredders adventure in an unusual setting.

The Filming Process:
We started with actual sequence photos of Paul riding (taken by his brother Stephen). Then we printed each frame of the sequences on paper and cut out the rider from each one, which we used to re-create the sequences with different backdrops, creating the stop animation effect used in the video – a very SLOW process. It was challenging at times, but it came together in the end. We hope you like the film.
ENJOY!

Pre-Production Hours……………..48
Production Hours………………….152
Post Production (Photos)………..19
Post Production (Editing)………..27
TOTAL HOURS TO MAKE FILM : 246 Hours
Photos Taken: 713
Video’s Created: 1

Creating Something With My Brother: Priceless

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