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It’s Paper, a looping, computer-rendered landscape

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This animation project by Pingo van der Brinkloev is titled It’s Paper, despite not being paper at all. From the artist: 

I wanted to make some infinite loops for istockphoto and I wanted to make a paper shader. The finished clips are actually only 4-5 seconds long but they can go on for ever… Everything is straight out of cinema4d.

Visually related watching: Paper City by Maciek Janicki. And more paper projects.

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