“Nowhere Near Here” is a creative video by Pahnl that uses light painted stencils for stop-motion animation, following a glowing dog on its journeys around a city. Production took over 300 hours, and involved getting down on the knees to light paint over 200 stencils. Ironically, a dog almost peed on the camera during shooting.
200 Stencils, 300 Hours, and a Light Painted Dog in Stop Motion
- Published on December 4, 2010 by Michael Zhang
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