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Marty Cooper Shows Us What Happens When You Combine Normal Objects With Classic 2d Animation

Stop Motion artists/animator and really artists in general rarely get praise and credit for what they do.  But Marty Cooper was recently put in the spotlight after he got a lot of buss from his Tumbr and awesome semi-viral video, Aug(De)Mented Reality.  Using just an iPhone, celluloid, white-out, and a black Sharpie he creates short, imaginative videos by having his cel creatures react with real-world objects.  Adam Savage (host of Mythbusters) asked Cooper to come to the Tested studio and show him how he makes these crazy little shorts and luckily, for us he filmed it.

Aug(De)Mented Realityhttp://youtu.be/gpum4nK2wOM


Animating Adam Savage's workshop: http://youtu.be/ivQKRnGwNmQ

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