Wiggles & Robbins came up with a great idea to advertise life drawing courses at The Book Club in London. Using photographed stills of the students’ sketches, warm-ups and works-in-progress, they crafted this stop motion video with outward-facing easels set up in a circle.
Whoa check this video out by Anders Hatte. Everything in this video was done in After Effects apparently even the music which was made using audio effects such as tone and modulation, key framed to create the drums and melody. No plugs-ins or 3rd party apps were used either. Thats pretty dope, considering the beat isn’t actually bad, and After Effects is not made for audio creation or sequencing.