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Insane stop-motion video clip made with 288.000 jelly beans! [Video]
posted April 11 2012 5:21.11 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Kina Grannis' In Your Arms videoclip was animated using 288,000 jelly beans. The effect is great, but the behind-the-scenes how-to video really gives an idea of the gigantic dimension of this project. The jelly bean animation required 30 people, which worked for 1,357 hours over the course of 22 months.





And the behind-the-scenes video:



[Link: Kina Grannis]
Tags: animation   slow motion   music   crazy photo/video   people with talent   insane   omg   creative   
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