Sweeping scope. Operatic score. Just a touch of megaviolence. And heavy artillery made entirely out of cardboard. This is Cardboard Warfare. It's three-and-a-half minutes of pure paper kickass.
Directed by Clinton Jones, Cardboard Warfare took about six weeks to put together. The process involved 59 layers of sound effects, 427 manual frames to rotoscope, and I'm sure countless arguments about who got to shoot the grenade launcher. [The High Definite]