How to make a paper-based animation

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How to make a paper-based animation


How to make a paper-based animation… not-bob writes –

Have you seen the cards where there appears to be a moving picture just by using a piece of plastic with lines on it and an image underneath? This instructable shows you how to make your own with just a computer, printer, paper and transparencies. I’m assuming that you have the Gimp image editor installed. Hopefully you can translate this as needed for other programs.

4 thoughts on “How to make a paper-based animation

  1. workhomeunion says:

    Interesting concept .. thanks for sharing.

  2. zbelljegger says:

    The original version of this was called lenticular printing.

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