A pleasing combination of 4-5 second loops stitched together to form papery vehicular dioramas by Dutch VFX artist Pingo van der Brinkloev.
‘Everything is straight out of Cinema 4D’, sez he. Damn. We so wanted it to be paper.
“Yes, we’re men. Men is what we are.” Fight Club (1999)
Know Your Meme explains:
Cinemagraphs are partially animated photographs in which a subtle movement action occurs. The effect is produced by taking a series of continuous shot photographs or a video recording and compositing the frames into an animated GIF file.
We posted a link back in 2010, but if you missed it then, or since, we highly recommend an extended visit to the brilliant If We Don’t, Remember Me – the finest collection of ‘living movie stills’ you’ll see.
Rally driver Tanner Foust and Hollywood stuntman Greg Tracy pull an estimated 7G completing the Hot Wheels Double Loop Dare at X Games LA.
“That was pretty hardcore: the 7 Gs … I almost felt my chin hit my lap, I think, in the loop,” Foust said after finishing the stunt in the Team Yellow car. “I felt like I was in a toy.” To avoid passing out from the force of seven times gravity, Foust’s strategy was to “grunt, tighten your core and try to make your eyeballs and veins pop out.”
Reminds us of Cyriak Harris’s work.