Back to animating individual frames for Cosmos. Cutting each image down to a frame or two is tedious as all hell, but I can cheat it by cropping them to a few seconds each, then running the whole clip in fast motion. Nuance and rhythm is lost, but it gives be a basic idea of what all these frames might look like when animated.
More stills from a painted filmstrip for Cosmos, along with a short, simple animation. I like WP’s gallery mode for images; makes it a lot easier to product a visual storyboard in short order.
Experimenting with inks and solvents for Cosmos. Three brief sequences, including one that I took these stills from. Some video compression, but you get the idea.
The Ann Arbor Film Festival recently asked me to write about the making of Cosmos, which you can read on nyerges.com.
Process work from “Cosmos,” my current project. Also, my first stab at posting video with WordPress (compression not as bad as I had feared.
Acrylic on 35mm filmstrips.