“Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius – and a lot of courage – to move in the opposite direction.”
Here is an innovative take on what constitutes a “book.” In the words of Mr. Einstein, the creator of the flipbook moved in the “opposite direction.”
Vanessa Chapman said:
Wow, this is a huge leap up (or is it forward?), from those books you used to get that you would flick through the pages really fast and watch a stick man running or something similar!
My favorite was a Degas flip-book with a ballet dancer.
Ms. Rockin’ Robin, That was pretty cool. I like the quote too, does that mean I don’t have to torture my poor characters to death? I hate the news for the same reason, I don’t want it filtering in to my sweet fairy tales too!
I had to share on facebook 🙂
Cool! I hate the news too. Nothing but doom and gloom.
Tilly Bud said:
Wow! I wonder how much practice that took?
They must have a lot of time on their hands.
How great was that — and how interesting! I don’t know if I could summon the faculties needed to be that fast, but even if I could, I wouldn’t do anything so intricate. Thank you for posting this!
I had to watch it several times to catch it all . . .
Tess Kann said:
YES. So COOL! I’ve never seen anything like that. Some kind of TALENT. I LIKE it. Thank YOU.
No, thank YOU!