With the many new ways of animating, so much software to make the process easier and less time consuming, it’s rare to see a piece of really fluid, imaginative animation that really pushes the limits of drawings that move.
One minute puberty is a great little film by Alexander Gellner – the story is all in the title really, it’s the puberty of a young man told in one minute.
What makes the film different though, is that the character is not a character but a drawing; a line. Things can happen to a line that could never realistically happen to a character – it can move and morph and react in ways that are dictated by emotion rather than being weighed down by reality.
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