Part of a 5-installments series created by Liam Brazier for Queens of the Stone Age, this music video is a combination between “motion comic and an abattoir run by Tarantino” as its director likes to call it. The animations were based on the violent yet fascinating drawings of illustrator Boneface. Crazy facts about the Like Clockwork series (via Skwigly): - the visuals were mostly done on Brezier’s 2010 MacBook Pro - “I Appear Missing” took 68 hours to render - If you’re from US, you can actually get on your phone the creepish voice of Kalopsia monster.  Get here more behind the scenes info about the project. Make sure to watch the entire series!

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    Sonic Animation

    title:

    I Appear Missing

    artist:

    Queens of the Stone Age

    director:

    Liam Brazier

    liambrazier.com/Like-Clockwork

    qotsa.com


     

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    Queens of the Stone Age

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    I Appear Missing

    Part of a 5-installments series created by Liam Brazier for Queens of the Stone Age, this music video is a combination between “motion comic and an abattoir run by Tarantino” as its director likes to call it. The animations were based on the violent yet fascinating drawings of illustrator Boneface.

    Crazy facts about the Like Clockwork series (via Skwigly):

    - the visuals were mostly done on Brezier’s 2010 MacBook Pro

    - “I Appear Missing” took 68 hours to render

    - If you’re from US, you can actually get on your phone the creepish voice of Kalopsia monster.  Get here more behind the scenes info about the project.

    Make sure to watch the entire series!

    Tags: directors from UK, drama, x-rated


    Sonic Animation

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