Terrific Hand-Crafted Animation Puts the Novel, Going West, Into (Stop) Motion

Couldn’t let this one pass by…

Andersen M, a London design studio, crafted a rather amazing stop motion video to accompany an excerpt from Maurice Gee’s novel, Going West. The short film was produced on behalf of the New Zealand Book Council, and you can only imagine, as one of our readers points out, the craftsmanship, patience, and effort that went into the making this.

Thanks Dalel for sending this our way, and please don’t miss another one of our favorites: Books Savored in Stop Motion Film

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