Cleverly Edited Video Shows Falling Man Turning Into Random Things
18 days ago - By Peta Pixel
In a series of short videos that went viral on Instagram and YouTube, motion animator Kevin Parry cleverly edits himself turning into a wide variety of random things in a seamless motion, from a banana, to a balloon, to a pile of snow.
Parry has been producing multiple clever, short edits for the better part of 2020. The visual effects are impressive and he has no problem outlining exactly how he achieves some of the transitions that appear seamless when viewed in real-time.
For example, in the shot clip where he falls into frame and “transforms” into a banana:
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