21 Oct
David Crowder Band's "SMS (shine)" animated video

The David Crowder Band released a new stop motion music video for their single “SMS (shine)”, a technique which is clearly hard to pull off. The video illustrates the narrative utilizing the magic of the childhood classic Lite Brite, about the simple and universal story of a couple falling in love, and then, well… It’s actually quite touching. As hard to believe as it is, there was no computer animation used to create the romantic tale, only light bulbs — over 700,000 to be exact — as well as real life objects, such as an origami frog, cellophane, and David Crowder himself. The video took over 2,150 stressful hours of putting together, with the aid of 148 pizzas, 83 friends and 1,200 bright light images. It may not be quite as cool as what you can do with a dozen skateboard magazines, some music, and hundreds of hours to burn, but it’s a pretty cool music video nonetheless…

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  1. Tks…

    I really need it,thank you very much!!!…

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