3d, inkjet and painted frames: A pearl: Art Camp

3d, inkjet and painted frames: A pearl: Art Camp

I was wondering why it seems so 3d like? You get a better explanation down with Art Camp’s quote, but basically the built up everything on 3d, printed every frame, hand painted on top of every frame, digitized back again into final movie.

This music video was initially created on the computer using several pieces of 3D animation software. After the digital version was finalized, all 1,480 frames of the video were then individually printed using ink jet printers. Once an image was printed, it was then painted, drawn, and illustrated on top of using traditional animation techniques. Lastly, the newly illustrated frames were scanned back into the computer and sequenced into the final film.
— Art Camp