First stop motion animation looking at the folding process of the low-intermediate elephant folding pattern by Enomoto Nobuyoshi. Between three to four 'keyframes' were chosen between each fold for optimization between smoothness in animation and conservation of time during the production phase of this project. Multiple paper models were used and repetitively substituted during the process.
Animation, Photography, Lighting, Editing: Christopher Hsing - christopherhsing.com
Origami Design: Enomoto Nobuyoshi
Origami Title Font by Peter Fritzsche
Free Sounds from freesound.org/
Inspired by Sipho Mabona - mabonaorigami.com/
Final Frame Count: 214 frames
EXERCISE II: A Study of a Process for ARCH5424: Direct Cinema Media Fabrics (arch.virginia.edu/arch5424/) course at University of Virginia's School of Architecture
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