NOTE: There are bits of sound here and there, but just in the middle. So be aware so it’s not too shocking!
Yesterday was the 2nd annual Paper Monster Party at the Cartoon Art Museum, a sequel to the event I helped to organize two years ago. The event allowed artists of all levels to customize paper toys into monsters or superheros. The superhero theme came from the opening today of the Superman 75th anniversary exhibit at the Museum. We had both artist who came just for the event as well as the general public who were visiting the museum cut, color and fold paper toys into their own characters.
The blank paper toy templates we used were:
- Fold n Fun by Brian Gubicza @ http://goobeetsa.com/freestuff.html
- P.D. Paper Dude @ http://www.custompapertoys.com
- Anywere DIY Toy by Morgan Gleave @ http://www.nicepapertoys.com/profiles/blog/list?user=00zvnchiqxozs
- and Paper Toy Template 001 by me, Brian Kolm – DOWNLOAD IT HERE
The stop-motion video was something new from the previous event and was created with Boinx’s iStopmotion app on an iPad which worked mostly just like the desktop version, with the exception that the images are a bit blurry. I will have to figure out if there is a way to fix that.