Django Django, "Default" (Dan Brereton & David MacLean)

Juego de fotocopias y texturas multicolor en este "Default" de Dan Brereton con concepto y ayuda en las pinturas del propio líder de la banda, David MacLean. "Default" es la fusión de diferentes técnicas y un ejemplo de colaboración artística muy cercana entre director y artista a promocionar. 

“I received a test video done by David, which was a short animation of photocopies of Vinny playing guitar with painting over the top of him (...) You could see things like the tape holding the image on the wall, and the image moving around within the camera frame. I thought we had to keep these elements in the final piece – even though they were scruffy and haphazard, they made it more interesting. I just wanted to add some scenes and set-ups that were a bit more intricate and hard for my brain to work out."

“It was primarily me and Dave who were to do the animation, and Dave solely did all of the painting, then lots of people helped out including Jim and Tommy from the band. The process was roughly: number each copy; lay the copies out on the worktop in order; stick them up to the wall with gaffer tape; and then Dave paints them…"
(Dan Brereton en PromoNews)

A continuación, un ejemplo más de paciencia artística. 12.000 piezas de cartulina tratadas en stop-motion y mostradas tal cual, sin ningún tipo de artificios de postproducción. 

-Josh Ritter, "Love is making its way back home" (Erez Horovitz)

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