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Fly High with This 'Assassin's Creed' Themed Stop Motion Animation

Illustrator Serene Teh made this flip book style parkour animation using only her drawings.
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Michael Fassbender’s attempt to turn the Assassin’s Creed franchise into a Hollywood blockbuster is turning out to be one of the year’s biggest flops, but it's not all bad; the film inspired illustrator Serene Teh’s latest stop motion video titled, Assassin’s Creed Paper Parkour. Teh’s 40 second flipbook-style animation shows the film’s protagonist, Aguilar de Nerha, performing hidden blade drops, surfing down tile rooftops, and scaling the walls of a Spanish villas.


Teh put together the animation with help from editor and videographer Noel Lee. Each frame was made using ink drawings on cartridge paper that were then post-edited on Premiere. Each preceding illustration is folded over and arranged so that the video plays like one fluid performance. Check out the video in its entirety below:

Assassin's Creed Paper Parkour from saggyarmpit on Vimeo.

See more of Serene Teh's work on her Instagram.


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