Anyone who says that bigger is better clearly hasn’t seen this video. Dot claims to be the world’s smallest stop-motion animation, and I’m not about to disagree.
Of course, when it’s on the internet it looks as big as any other stop-motion animation video. But when it was made, this stop motion animation was teeny-tiny.
Dot herself measures just nine millimeters, and her adventures are captured on CellScope, a mobile phone with a microscope attachment. If you can’t quite picture how that works, make sure you watch to the end of the video.
This is a video that’s more about the visuals than the narrative. It’s easy to lose yourself in this magical world and forget it’s so small.
I hate to think about the amount of effort that’s gone into creating this, but the results speak for themselves.
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