I like how Moriarty actually bothered to flip through the whole animation until the end when a few looks would tell him already that it’s definitely not his book anymore.
That, and the fact that Holmes is both good at drawing AND animating? Moriarty is clearly jealous!
(and now that I think about it, why is the animation drawn from right to left? Wouldn’t it have been more natural to flip the book from left to right since that’s how English books are typically meant to be read…?)
No, animating it right to left allows you to see the lines you drew on the previous page through the paper of the one you’re working at, which makes aligning everything in your animation that much easier!
gravitized asked: did you know that your url is my first name...
Tsoe? That’s a really cool name!
Bruce Munro has fitted 5,000 glass spheres in the grounds of the Holburne Museum in Bath. It is not the first time Munro has indulged his dream of a field of lights. he first created a similar exihibition at the V&A Museum in London in 2004, but has also made other versions including a 10-acre display at Long Knoll Field in Wiltshire and at the Eden Project in Cornwall in 2008/2009.
Illuminated Light Bulb Garden by http://www.brucemunro.co.uk/
“Heart” || Jamie Caliri
Goooorggeeeooouuussss paper animation!! SIGH