Saturday, May 2, 2009

Animation by just charcoal and one sheet of paper

The African Artist William Kentridge is showing his work at San Francisco MOMA. He explains the process in which he draws with charcoal on the paper and then walks at the back of the room to shoot two frames. He walks back to the drawing paper which is on the wall and he erases some part of it and he shoots another two frames of it. By the end of two days, he makes the whole animation - just superb. The erasability quality of charcoal has been used for transforming the picture.
One does not need many gadgets for the creativity.

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