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For long enough that i've been working on "Penang in Motion 2", i guess i'm finally satisfied with what i see from my screen to share with you here.
This is my 2nd serious time-lapse video of my hometown Penang Island after being greatly inspired after watching "Manhattan in Motion" by Josh Owens some time ago. I certainly believe every city should have her own time-lapse video.
Penang island is a bustling city in the Northern Malaysia region with some really big identity such as the UNESCO Heritage Site, a popular food heaven as a whole, a melting pot of different culture, an important business and industrial hub, and a lot more. However, i intend to bring you something more than that, something not usually seen such as the old heritage site during dusk and dawn, the rural "kampung" and surrounding under the starry night, over flowing waterfall after the rain, natural landscape in magic hour, and i'd slowly draw you back to Georgetown, and put you somewhere among the vibrant life of "Penangites". Feel the vibe?! For more, learn about Penang at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penang
I personally thank you Kay Kay for supporting my passion, and i thank you for yout viewer's point, critiques and suggestions, without you, this work could have been bland. Not forgetting Canon EOS Boutique Penang for lending me their camera to save my Canon 60D shutter count :D A BIG THANK YOU! Jordan Lye Photography & Gene Photography, thank you for being a great company, thank you for scouting new locations. To Penang State Tourism Development & Culture, Abbey, Emmy and YB, A BIG THANK YOU for giving me and friends the opportunity to shoot from top of Komtar at night.
Total Photographs: Too many i lost count, at least 15,000 photos were taken!
Project Duration: 7 months roughly ( i have a full-time job!)
Music: 'The Truth' from Audio Machine & "Paper Birds"from Parachutes.
The 12 basic principles of animation were developed by the 'old men' of Walt Disney Studios, amongst them Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, during the 1930s. Of course they weren't old men at the time, but young men who were at the forefront of exciting discoveries that were contributing to the development of a new art form. These principles came as a result of reflection about their practice and through Disney's desire to use animation to express character and personality.
This movie is my personal take on those principles, applied to simple shapes. Like a cube.
Check also the animated gif gallery here the12principles.tumblr.com/.