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Metal animals run in stop-motion loops

Made with nuts, bolts, washers, and other metal bits. a rabbit runs to get a scratch under its chin. The looping animation, My Metal Bunny, was created by Georgia-based stop-motion animation director Aghil Hosseinian. Sound effects clink together as the animal moves.

A metal wolf and a metal ostrich run in the videos below. The ostrich video shares a parallel behind-the-scenes view:


In this Twitter video, a bison made of gears, washers, nuts, keys, and other old metal pieces rambles and runs across the page. See more details in those close-ups.

Follow Hosseinian on YouTube or Instagram.

Then watch these related animations:
• The Deep by PES
• dina A. Amin’s Tinker Friday Stop Motion Project
• Animation exercise: course quadrupède / quadruped run
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