Sunday, November 6, 2011

Jelly Bean Animator



A woman was famous worldwide
and wanted to take a wild ride.
She felt a call to create
To jelly bean animate
and did something that no one else tried.
© 2011 - all rights reserved - Rachel Hoyt

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This rhyme was written for Mad Kane's limerick contest.
Come on over to read or participate.  Her blog is one of the best!

25 comments:

  1. haha yeah that is some dedication indeed
    Eating all those jelly beans would make my insides bleed..haha

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  2. Hehe. Yeah... that's a lot of sugar! Imagine how hyper they were. :)

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  3. I'm not a big fan of the song, but I have to admit the jelly beans were pretty awesome.

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  4. @CheesyDoug - I wasn't into the song either, that's why I shared the "making of" video. :)

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  5. Sweet! Unique!
    And your rhyme is perfect for the video!

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  6. wow...nice...i might get a tummy ache in the making of such a vid...ha

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  7. Had to click over and see the finished video. Pretty neat looking. The funny thing is that the way they matched it up one frame at a time, makes the girl looks like she's stop-animated like Gumby. They probably could have simulated the jelly-bean animation with a computer, but they wouldn't have gotten that same choppy, stop-animated, effect which adds to the charm of the whole thing. Nicely done.

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  8. @Debra - I do think she succeeded at creating something unique that stands on its own. :)

    @Brian - Or... we might never want to see a jelly bean again after playing with them that many days in a row. :)

    @Bryan - Yeah. I like that she was stop animated too. I'm not sure I would have enjoyed it as much if the jelly beans were just a backdrop. :)

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  9. Creativity working... Unique it is. Thanks for sharing

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  10. Wow..what a neat idea! Quite the process!

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  11. I wonder whats the life span of a jelly bean?

    nice

    A

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  12. Lovely rhyme and video, great work.

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  13. good one i like the video thank you and god bless now i have to go out and get some jelly belly jelly beans lol

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  14. Imagination and creativity a great combo!!! Really enjoyed seeing this come together!!!




    http://jpweddingphotograpy.blogspot.com/2011/11/pier-in-naples-florida.html

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  15. Talk about imagination...AWESOME...As always.....XOXOXOXOXOXOXO

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  16. Loved your limerick and both videos! Who in their right mind would ever conceive of jelly beans being art? I mean, I remember President Reagan liked them, but what imagination and creativity here, to take them beyond the taste buds and the stomach!

    Very clever; so glad I stopped by!

    Blessings!

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  17. I love jelly beans so thank you for sharing this video Rachel

    http://rimlybezbaruah.blogspot.com/2011/11/i-am-rose.html

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  18. @Savira - Thanks for stopping by to see some creativity in action! :)

    @Jessica - Indeed! Quite a process! :)

    @Alejandro - Don't they survive nuclear blasts? :)

    @Sulekkha - Thanks for visiting! I'm glad you enjoyed it. :)

    @Roy - Enjoy your jelly bellies! LOL :)

    @Jim - It was an amazing process to see, no? :)

    @Bongo - Childlike imagination! Awesome indeed. :)

    @Martha - I hadn't heard of jelly bean art before this and I read about a lot of unique stuff! :)

    @Rimly - I'm glad you got to see this jelly bean celebration! :)

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  19. so cool...i'm all up for trying things no one else tried before..this is brave and creative

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  20. true that...too much of a good thing can leave quite a stain....

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  21. @Claudia - It is quite a labor of love. :)

    @Brian - Although, it didn't look like they used ALL the flavors for the video, so we would have those after. Hehe.

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  22. @ayala - Thanks for visiting! I'm glad you liked it. :)

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Rhyming or not, I would like a lot to hear the thoughts my words brought...