Here’s a man catching his flight

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Bernardo sent me this great animated gif of a man catching his flight…

plane

I rather liked the simplicity of it. Do you?

19 comments on “Here’s a man catching his flight

  1. Jimmy Fakepants says:

    Fake. That’s too small to be a real plane. He’s most likely used a model.

  2. Mridubala says:

    What’s impossible these days with all those photoshop and other technologies, but it is cool to see this gif😀

  3. Mridubala says:

    If possible please check my scribble “Resilience” !

  4. Anne says:

    Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh – its a giant!!😉

  5. Eddie says:

    Love it.

  6. Lazy T says:

    masterful giffing,
    and it gave my friend another flying paranoia ” oh great! now I can just be plucked from the sky by a baldie with a debigulator!”

  7. Gerard says:

    Risky without your gloves, those engines are hot.
    Well done!

  8. frankcerva says:

    Mans imagination has limits!!!

  9. The other Matt says:

    Cannot see a plane at all. Solution on Friday ?

  10. Richard says:

    I solved it in ONE SECOND!

  11. issahamati says:

    it is nice one

  12. Chris says:

    This is actually a video by Black Moon from b3ta last year. He makes very clever vids, check out some of his others too.

  13. Bernardo says:

    Thanks for posting!😀

  14. RyderDA says:

    I’m good with everything except the contrails. First, they’re coming from the wingtips, and not the engines (and contrails don’t come from wingtips). Second, they move perfectly with the clouds. Now, the clouds are a matte painting (you can tell this because they are cumulus clouds but aren’t changing shape). I can get my head around making the airplane “fly” against a moving background painting of static clouds. But how the heck did he make the contrails?

  15. Reblogged this on Illuminutti and commented:
    This is awesome. I don’t have any idea how it’s done.

  16. talesfromthelou says:

    Reblogged this on Talesfromthelou's Blog.

  17. Ja…. muy bueno!!!!

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