Here's an enormously entertaining little video that took thousands of times longer to make than it does to watch. Created by an animator who calls himself "sketch (537CH)", he says it took six weeks to create this Paper Mario Animation. We like the way he moved the paper cutouts over the crayon-coloured backgrounds, resulting in accurate and realistic-looking Mario action. Nice work. [Daily Motion, via CrunchGear]
Paper Mario Animation, Six Weeks of Work in 60 Seconds
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