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So this is something different! Like 'em or not, I'll be showing off an old lo-fi abstract video experiment every day of the week.
HOW THIS PARTICULAR FILM WAS MADE
I took probably twenty images and by using filters in Photoshop to create rough animations that were printed on acetate strips, meant to line up with the 8mm film. In a conventional darkroom, I had contrived a cardboard shield for the spools of film that I was exposing in 30-frame intervals in complete darkness with a old 4x5 enlarger and a timer. After all that was done, the film was dunked in a bucket of developer and stirred around, then stop, and fix. Don't worry Mom, I was wearing gloves! Once the film was dry, I chopped it up to sort of line up with Aphex Twin's "Come To Daddy". But for shits and giggles, I posted it with the cover version by Dillinger Escape Plan w/ Mike Patton. I don't know, you might like it, it might give you a seizure.
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