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Clever Stop-Motion Film Uses Rubber Bands and Push Pins


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This is the neatest video that I've seen all day! Guillaume Blanchet's innovative short film A Girl Named Elastika takes place on a cork board. With rubber bands, push pins, and good sound effects, Blanchet creates a wild adventure for the elastic girl. I'm especially impressed with how he created the impression of fire at 1:35. This film has earned Blanchet many film festival awards--and rightfully so!

Be sure to watch the outtakes at the end of the film. They're a hoot.

-via Colossal


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