(Video) Animated Film Made With 6,000 Paintings

(Video) Animated Film Made With 6,000 Paintings

Khoda is an impressive project showcasing a series of 6,000 paintings which are used to create a short animated film.

Plus Aziz
  • 20 april 2010

Khoda is an impressive project showcasing a series of 6,000 paintings which are used to create a short animated film.

Khoda is essentially a psychological-thriller and a project born from Reza Dolatabadi’s vision while he was still a student of animation and film in Scotland. He has since made other movies such as The Illusionist and Octo-Dancing. The paintings took two years to complete and piece together to create this 5-minute video. Every time you pause it, you are essentially viewing a new painting.

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