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Oldschool flipbook-bookflipping meets newschool hightech-laserphotography! Or, less excitingly expressed, you transform a GIF into a cool GIF into a flipbook. Grab your light sabers and let's get started, ...
Clear your table and decoratively arrrange the following things you will need: A good camera: DSLRs are nice. Basically it must have the function of manual shutter speed ...
It is not easy to find the right animation. It has to fulfill the following criterions: Lenght: 30 - 60 frames, when you calculate 10 frames per second, ...
In Animation Shop 3, you can see every frame of the animation. When you use a movie as animation, you should delete every second frame, because they show ...
Make your room as dark as possible, arrange everything and follow these instructions: With lights on, focus your camera, which stands on a tripod, and turn auto-focus off, ...
Your flipbook deserves a covering page, so be creative and take a nice shot before you clean up.
You should add a white border of about 25% to the left side, this is the "blind spot" of the flipbook. Then you can either Send the pictures ...
Movie Flipbook you can make at the office (No drill or workshop tools needed)by SwitchGirl
Handmade Flipbook 2by jktechwriter
Movie to Mutoscopeby audreyobscura
Animation Flipbook using Silhouette Portrait cutterby taipeihackerspace
The World's Largest Mechanical Flipbookby buchananwp
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