Painted frames for a traditional style animation. There's 39 frames which were recorded in a stop motion app, the frames were then traced onto the paper, and finally painted in acrylics. The process has taken about 6 hours all together.
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We acknowledge the traditional owners, the Wardarndi people, of the Noongar boodjar that we live and work on, Goomburrup //Bunbury, Western Australia