Stop-motion animation is usually a pretty meticulous process by anyone's definition, but graphic artist Nando Costa is apparently a lot more hard core. He's created a 2-minute, 30-second stop-motion animation -- by laser cutting each frame into wood.
"As seen in the video, each frame is unique," he said. "Aside from the design of each frame itself being distinct, small variances that naturally occur in the laser-engraving process, as well as the different wood grain of each frame, naturally created subtle shifts of the position of the artwork. An effect that I was particularly interested in and that could naturally be achieved in digital assembly but that I was much more excited about re-creating with real objects." … Read more