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WoodSwimmer

WoodSwimmer

Aug 7, 2022-- This short film by engineer and stop-motion animator Brett Foxwell, in collaboration with musician and animator bedtimes, offers a mesmerizing look into cross sections of a piece of raw wood as it goes through a milling machine. The imagery produced captures the wood's unique growth rings, knots and weathered spots. Due to the speed with which the images are animated, the grains begin to flow in a vibrant dance that is both abstract and yet very real. (2670 reads)


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