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The fruits Will

by LĂŠo Lucas


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T he f ru its This is a two minutes stop motion animated film made from 100% recycled materials, telling a story about a bird, a caveman, a dinosaur and the importance of spreading good will & sharing good fruits, because what goes around comes around. In the next pages you will find out how The Fruits - animation was elaborated and the materials used for its creation. To watch the animation, please visit: www.youtube.com/user/leotoninho


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T he d i nosa u r


The dinosaur was made from newspapers, kitchen towel paper, glue, cardboard (tongue), green, orange, red and white paint.


T he bi rd


T he cavema n


The bird was carved from an old yellow sponge, red paper (beak and wings), glue, black rubber (legs), red feather (tail) and a pair of goggle eyes.


The caveman was made from a champagne cork, cardboards (eyebrows and bat), glue, a red pin, brown cloth, orange paper (cloth pattern), red paper (mouth), brown & black paint and a pair of goggle eyes.


T he set tings


The sea was made from different tonality of blue cardboard boxes cut out and white paper (waves).


The beach The coconut tree was made from shaped & painted cardboards and modelling clay (coconuts).


It was also used different tonality of blue cardboard boxes cut out (sea), white paper (waves) and seashells. The grass was made from green paper and the speech bubbles from painted cardboard.


The forest The apple tree was made from shaped & painted cardboards and modelling clay (apples), green paper (grass), stones and painted cardboard for the speech bubbles.


The cliff was made from shaped & painted cardboards and modelling clay (fruit), green paper (grass), stones and painted cardboard for the speech bubbles.


T h e g ras sla n d all made from shaped green paper.


The fruits - animation was simply photographed frame by frame, scene by scene using a Canon 5D SLR camera and double flash settings. All 600+ generated images was finally composed using Adobe Photoshop, Adobe After Effects and patience. To watch the animation, please visit: www.youtube.com/user/leotoninho Cheers!


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The fruits