Naruto paper model + Stop motion


Seen those paper models of figurines floating around the internet? Like the impossibly difficult Master Chief and Cortana? One look at the templates behind these paper works are probably enough to give you nightmares for weeks. As if building them weren't difficult enough, the owner of Papercraft museum made a freakin STOP MOTION video of the process.

Imagine shifting those little bits and pieces a fraction of an inch each time, and taking a ton of pictures. Yeap, this video probably took a century to make.

No offense to anyone, or the creators of such paper master pieces, but I'm not entirely a big fan of figurines made from paper - I always felt that anything that's not polygonal is better off sculpted. But hey, this video is so completely awesome is definitely worth a look:)

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9 comments:

Urban Fresh said...

lol. wouldve taken ages

i totally agree though. i hate polygon papercraft like this. its only good where polygons are needed like a cube?
but yeah, sculpting is way better

AttackNME said...

i think that website made another one about cloud? from FF. its even better :o

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I watched that video... its amazing... feel interesting to see that naruto paper model... Good post.. Keep posting.

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