MAKING 'THE GREAT WORK'
TIME LAPSE / 4 MIN / UK / JULY 2014
During the filming of The Great Work Borbonesa captured the intricate hand-made construction of the stop frame animation process using time-lapse photography. The handout paper collaged shapes were added/moved frame by frame over many hours.
MAKING 'TO THE WORLDS END'
TIME LAPSE / 31 SEC / UK / SEPT 2014
As part of Coastal Currents I was commisioned to document the performance 'To the Worlds End' by Frank Boelter. In addition to documenting the process of the boat construction in realtime video, I also captured the construction of a giant origami boat made from sheets of Tetra Pak.
MAKING QUEEN VICTORIA'S JOURNEY BACKDROP
TIME LAPSE / 35 SEC / UK / SEPTEMBER 2013
Using Dragonframe animation software Borbonesa created a time lapse of the pupils illustrating a 60ft long paper scroll that was used as a backdrop for their animation 'Queen Victoria's Journey'.
The backdrop, after being populated with illustrated animals, people and buildings, was rolled up and fitted into a wooden frame that allowed it to be scrolled through between animation shots. A model train made from coloured card fixed to the frame gave the illusion of the train in motion. Movable hand-drawn elements such as people, animals - even raindrops - were moved frame by frame over the scrolling background. To view the finished animation click here.