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The Art of Making - six seconds - STOP-MOTION Magic on Vine

The Art of Making - six seconds - STOP-MOTION Magic on Vine | Machines Pensantes | Scoop.it

What are your thoughts on Vine videos being limited to six seconds?
I don’t see it as a limitation. The six-second rule forces me to think outside the box. It also gets me to be creative. The short length motivates me to try make my videos loop perfectly. Also, I don't think I would have started creating stop-motions if they had to be longer than six seconds. Each one would take way too much time.


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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's curator insight, March 9, 2014 5:22 AM

If you're an active Vine user, you've probably seen some of Dylan Blau's incredible work. The 20-year-old stop-motion animator is famous for making extraordinary CGI-free Vine videos, often with basic material like clay and paper.

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JoelleYalin's curator insight, March 9, 2014 12:57 PM

The six-second rule & video magic using Vine. Awesome!

objectplace's curator insight, April 28, 2014 2:42 PM

vine annimation

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[EPR—EMERGENT PHASIC RESISTANCE,} What 'The Silent History' TEACHES about digital stories

[EPR—EMERGENT PHASIC RESISTANCE,} What 'The Silent History' TEACHES about digital stories | Machines Pensantes | Scoop.it

It's been nearly a year now since a couple of McSweeney's alums released The Silent History, a story in app form about a near-future epidemic of EPR—EMERGENT PHASIC RESISTANCE, "a congenital disorder characterized by the inability to generate or comprehend language of any kind." It was all very meta—a story about the loss of language, which of course is the tool we use to tell stories, that was itself a re-tooling of the way we tell stories. It was also beautifully written and published and inventively structured—an intriguing exploration of new possibilities for narrative. But now that it's been out for awhile, what does it tell us about the future of storytelling? 


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Дима Аркас's curator insight, August 4, 2013 2:07 AM

Прикольно, для того, чтобы открыть на iPad новый кусочек истории, читателю надо физически оказаться в том или ином месте. Интересно, что же это за история должна быть такая, чтобы так напрягаться...

Louise Robinson-Lay's curator insight, August 4, 2013 5:13 AM

What we can learn from digital stories.

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[Marshall McLuhan] In the Age of Digital Disruption, WHAT IS a Movie?

[Marshall McLuhan] In the Age of Digital Disruption, WHAT IS a Movie? | Machines Pensantes | Scoop.it

What is a movie or a TV program? Is it the creative message, the story, or the medium of distribution, whether movie theater of living room TV set? Is a movie the once-upon-a-time full-motion b&w and color images of The Wizard of Oz or the grand panorama of Lawrence of Arabia – or is it the stories they tell? Is a TV show the grainy images distributed through a broadcast or cable system and displayed on a tiny living-room set shows – or is Edward R. Murrow, I Love Lucy or Elvis on The Ed Sullivan Show?

 

When is a movie no longer a film and TV no longer TV but video? For more than a half-century, the two dimensions of mass-media visual storytelling – to recall Marshall McLuhan, the medium and the message – have been inseparable. Once upon a time, movies and TV programs were indistinguishable from how they were experienced, whether on a theater screen or a home set. Those days are ending.


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Hans Heesterbeek's curator insight, August 11, 2013 5:10 PM

Interesting article, more and moer it's about the experince. It started when we as audience could tape out on tv programs and now movies are more and more released on line. What's the next step? Play a active part in the movie? That's round the corner I think. 

Charlie Dare's curator insight, August 12, 2013 12:16 AM

If producing a video music or TV product in changing times of digital down loads poor payment for musicians as well as technicians~ "What is a movie or a TV program? Is it the creative message, the story, or the medium of distribution, whether movie theater of living room TV set?"

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New digital comics meet old storytelling tricks

New digital comics meet old storytelling tricks | Machines Pensantes | Scoop.it

Seth Rosenblatt:  "Comics fans are getting a double-dose of digital innovation this summer, as DC Comics lets you choose your own Batman adventure and revel in new tales of the campy '60s Batman."


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Claudio Gentile's curator insight, June 6, 2013 6:14 AM

Importanti novità da @DCComics le storie #vintage si fanno #transmediali

Brad Tollefson's curator insight, June 18, 2013 8:07 PM

Hmmm.. when might a comic book be a 48 hr film?

Hanna Brown's curator insight, November 17, 2014 4:43 PM

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Donate comic books from the Platinum Age, Golden Age, Silver Age, Bronze Age, or Modern Age to charity and take back some closet space! The tax deduction benefits far outweigh having to sell the Comic book collection yourself, and the proceeds benefit families in need across the United States. Donate comics from all your favorite superheroes such as Spiderman, Batman, Captain America, Fantastic Four or Conan today!