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A stop motion film from my EOS 500D

 
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Nov 07, 2014 08:34 |  #1

Hi friends,

I’m new at this forum. I can post you my some projects.

I had made a present for a friend a few years ago. It was scale model P47D (WWII plane). It wasn’t a kit. I found blueprints of P47D, bought balsa wood (1mm and 3mm). It wasn’t easy to built it coz i decided to make “stop-motion” video. I made a piece of plane and take photo. It was really a challenge for me. It took a month. And i have lots of pictures and a stop motion video. I hope you like this video (:

http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=rvdLCHUZU1Q (external link)




  
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Nov 07, 2014 08:39 |  #2

holy awesomeness, batman!

great work all the way around.


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Nov 07, 2014 10:02 |  #3

Like!


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Nov 07, 2014 11:01 |  #4

Damn good first post!

Welcome to the forum!


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Nov 07, 2014 11:20 |  #5

That's awesome.




  
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Nov 07, 2014 11:35 |  #6

How many pictures did you take?


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Nov 07, 2014 11:44 |  #7

wow, awesome job!


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Nov 07, 2014 14:26 |  #8

Really cool. Nice work.


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Nov 08, 2014 08:59 |  #9

Good work on that. Wish that there was more on finishing it at the end, though. Welcome to POTN!


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Nov 08, 2014 23:09 |  #10

Very impressive!


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Nov 09, 2014 01:23 |  #11

I have absolutely zero interest in planes, but that was super cool to watch. Thanks for sharing.

How many photos did you end up using for this?


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Nov 09, 2014 12:51 |  #12

Very nice!


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Nov 09, 2014 13:41 |  #13

A good example of the difference between knowing how something is done, and doing it well. VERY nice. Would like to see more of your work.


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Nov 09, 2014 18:38 |  #14

Great work on that! There was some camera movement in that but other than that it was pretty cool! I also agree with Frank. I would have loved to see a more detailed finishing of that project. The nose cone assembly and the propeller assembly would have made it more complete.

I too would like to know how many photos you took for this.


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Nov 12, 2014 17:18 as a reply to  @ CameraMan's post |  #15

Awesome video !!!!


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