Booooooom has some great photos of the Japanese artist, Yosuke Goda at work. Not only does the artist create an environment with his drawings, but the sequence of pictures gives static images of mythological monsters a strange dynamic. Online posting of the photos changes their context. When placed in sequence on a Weblog, Goda's drawings are almost like classic animation cells or a giant flipbook. To see this effect in the complete set of images, go here. (Hat tip: Kate Sherrod) More images, and a time lapse video of Goda working on another piece over the course of a week, are below the jump.
Yosuke Goda working over the course of seven days (2007). Video Source: Youtube.
See my other posts on time lapses: here, here, here, here, and here.
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