The lights are on
Artist Zach King has a love for classic video games and stop-motion animation. He has previously used post-it notes to create his work, and this time he's using glass titles to bring Mega Man to life.
King used over 1,000 glass tiles and 10,000 photographs to bring the original 8-bit Blue Bomber to life. You can check out the video below and visit King's channel to see more of his work.
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Pretty cool! I used to do this with clay when i was a kid and loved doing it. It's great to see people making stuff like this. Shows we can be really creative with something so simple as turning off and on a very expensive(or in my case inexpensive) camera :).
I LOVE FINALCUTKING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
Literally more effort was put into this than Capcom proper has for Mega Man recently.
Not disparaging the guys' work, quite the contrary. He has literally done more as a fan than the owner of the I.P. has done to celebrate Mega Man.
That's neat! I love making stop motion animations.
Big Fan of Mega Man here. I think the video is awesome. What I think didn't fit was the rendition of Storm Eagle as background music. That's from Mega Man X. Any track from the original Mega Man would have worked - Mega Man music is awesome. It just seems....unfitting to me.
Simply epic in every sense or meaning. ^_^
Epik 4 the win! xD
best video evar.
Mega Man sure is lucky that that water... (sunglasses)... made him run.
That was pretty awesome!