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Artist Animates Super Mario Bros. in His Notebook

by Conner Flynn
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Do you love Super Mario Bros.? Then check out this very cool Super Mario Bros. level 1-1 stop motion animation that takes place entirely in a notebook. The animation was hand drawn by artist and YouTuber Kisaragi Hutae 6 and it really looks amazing.

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Most of the elements like Mario, goombas, blocks, etc were made as cutouts, so he didn’t drive himself too crazy while making the video. The background was not. I can’t draw to save my life, and if I had to make a stop motion video on top of the drawing, it would look like a 3-year-old did it. Plus I don’t have the patience either, so stuff like this amazes me.

I think we have lost our sense of wonder when it comes to stuff like this. It’s really impressive when you think about it. This guy created a mini-movie/game inside of a notebook. When is the last time that you did that? You might say that Kisaragi has 1-upped you and me both with this project. Get it? That’s just a little mushroom humor from the Mushroom Kingdom.

[via The Verge via Geekologie]



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