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Down The Crevice

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Genre:
Experimental
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dark
surreal
stopmotion
creepy

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Uploaded
Jul 16, 2014 | 9:48 PM EDT

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A little project I made in a relatively short space of time. Music by Andrew Smith. I wish I could have spent longer on it, I definitely have more props so I guess I'll save those for my next one.
Youtube link is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3lGzE7qcFg

Reviews


CaponeWillCaponeWill

Rated 5 / 5 stars

lovely work! But my gosh man, where or how did you get all those insects?



ChrisEvil138ChrisEvil138

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This was amazing! The animation & music go together perfectly. Keep this shit up!



KugeeKugee

Rated 5 / 5 stars

That's a good mixture of funny and frightening, from what I see. It really manages to set a great example on how mildly disturbing a stopmotion can be. The emphasis on bees, dolls, strings, and bees made me feel a bit uneasy. The music complements the bizarre animation perfectly; kudos to Andrew for his work.

This assumption I'm going to make is likely going to be a total miss, but the way I see this video is as if bees, dinosaur bones, broken dolls, hair, and black paint (tar?) may have negative attributes which discomfort you. See, I think variegated trees are disgusting. I can't even look at one for a split second without getting "bad" goosebumps. Perhaps if I ever get the courage to look at them properly again, I might try making a surreal video involving them.

Bees... you really know how to turn them into an ugly beauty.



JamesKnoxJamesKnox

Rated 4 / 5 stars

this was really entertaining. reminded me a bit of david firth's old music videos and a bit of jan svankmajer's aniamtion with your use of bones. this was well done and im interested to see more