UK-based nothinghereok purchased an old engine off eBay to replace his old one and then began to document the disassembly process with his DSLR. He soon realized that the project would make a neat stop motion video, so he ended up shooting over 3,000 photographs during the 11 months of disassembly. After combining the photos and adding some music, this is what resulted.
An Engine Rebuilding Stop-Motion Created Over 11 Months
- Published on June 29, 2012 by Michael Zhang
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