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11 Months, 3000 pictures and a lot of coffee

nothinghereok writes –

Started out as just a collection of snaps as I stripped down an engine bought off ebay. (To replace my old engine, which had suffered catastrophic failure). The snaps were so that I remembered how everything went, so I could put it back together again.

Then I realized it’d be quite cool to make it an animation. found some suitable music, rekindled my ancient knowledge of Premiere, storyboarded it, shot it as I worked on the engine (my poor DSLR got covered in engine oil), this was the result.


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3 Comments

  1. aaah…. i loved the few pieces at the end 😀
    ( of course they were not doing anything important in the engine ! )

  2. Ha! I love the ending!

    Always those few ‘extra’ parts 🙂

  3. Hey I know that motor. That is out of a Triumph Spitfire. A 1275 if I am not mistaken. I have spent more time than I would care to admit working on these motors. I though I did a good job of documenting my work, but this is something else. Nice work!

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