I've looped the project here for around one minute. Shot in one evening on my Iphone4s with VSCOcam and a hand made tripod adapter. This stop motion project was created with a small three man team team for a class project at BGSU.
The assignment was to create a 10-second seamless loop at 30 FPS, 300 still images.
I created the concept for the piece with my team and we all got to work on building for the shoot. I've never shot a stop motion before, this was my first, though I was confident we could do something reasonably intensive. My partners in crime from conception to production were also first timers, being myself, C. Hatfield, as well as D. Brennan & C. Folk. All three of us are students of various art disciplines @ BGSU.
Once we shot, I edited on the fly and compiled audio. The entire process from start to finish was probably about 18-20 hours scheduled with meetings around various classes, but that includes all aspects of production. The shooting itself clocked in around 6-7 hours, which included all set up and tear down. The overall budget was approximately $50.00, but we had a surplus of paper which could have gone on for many more environemnts and objects.
Audio sources remixed and compiled from:
And I utilized the following files: (Big thank you to such a great resource. Honor their attribution requests.)
I followed this video's instructions to build my iphone tripod adapter.