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LZbrothers Nov 30, 2010  Student General Artist
@00:21Awesome, love the 'realistic-ity'!
Gotta' favourite this!

Your animation is one the kind!
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This is an animation I directed and animated for NPR. It was narrated beautifully by the ever awesome Robert Krulwich. It was Rotoscoped using footage of my two talented brothers, who I painted mustaches on, and clothed in the cheapest of the thrift store finery. I have permission to submit this, and consent of both Robert Krulwich and NPR.
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perfesser-bear Feb 28, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Impressive!  This reminds me a little of the studies of the Drunkard's Walk and Brownian Motion I did for a project in school, except these walks are hardly random.  Rather, they're quite deliberate, but the games one's mind plays on him when his senses are fascinating.
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@03:27how long did it take to finish this hell of a great work!?
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jsherm Dec 1, 2010   Filmographer
@03:27Terrific work, Fenster! I love the Roto work. SO great to see Roto used properly - very skillfully done, used in the perfect context. Krulrich is perfect (big fan of Radio Lab.)I'm an animator who works in series TV, but loves working in Documentary when I can -AE mostly.
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LZbrothers Nov 30, 2010  Student General Artist
@00:21Awesome, love the 'realistic-ity'!
Gotta' favourite this!

Your animation is one the kind!
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Ohthehumanityplz Nov 29, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
@03:27I think it was the best voice actor for this. Wonderful rotoscoping, and sepia touches to give this a old fashioned feel.
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EhhBlinkin Nov 29, 2010  Student Digital Artist
awesome, i saw this on wimp.com, and then later gizmodo. I'm glad to know where it came from. Amazing work
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