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Saturday, October 9, 2010

I've been planning on sharing some of my favorite papercraft links with you guys, and then Julia B. (along with several others) sent me this fantastic music video:




It's the entire Star Wars (original) trilogy, illustrated in 2 minutes. The song is "Tatooine" by Jeremy Messersmith, and it's quite pretty, so definitely have your speakers turned on. The paper illustrations by Eric Power Up are what really blew me away, though. I especially like the scene with Yoda. :)

Oh, and if you like the song, you can download it at Jeremy's site for whatever amount you'd like to pay. Promise. It's not a trap!

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13 comments:

  1. Love the music! So much time spent with scissors. That was delightful, thanks for sharing. : )

    ~Yet another Jenn

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  2. Wow, that's amazing.

    The transition between the fall from Cloud City on Bespin to Luke in the Rancor pit at Jabba's palace was flawless.

    wv: sugarime: myself all hopped up on heritage Dr. Pepper.

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  3. I found this the other day and LOVED it! Thanks for sharing:-)

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  4. I love it near the end when Vader picks up the Emperor and gets struck by lightning, for a split second you can see a skull through the helmet! What a flawless piece of work.

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  5. That was a very cool video and I really enjoyed the song. Thanks for sharing it!

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  6. You need to be on the lookout for a Jedi book. I am at the Frankfurt Book Fair right now, and I saw the coolest book, ever. I heard it may be an Amazon exclusive soon. I should have taken a picture or video. I'm sorry I didn't. Basically, when you press a button, the case opens up with the sound of a light saber, and the book rises out of the case. In the book they have various items like patches, and stained napkin that looks like it's been written on, and various other items. It is so cool. Oh well, keep an eye out

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  7. aliceinwonderland14October 9, 2010 at 11:55 AM

    That is so beautiful. I love the music and how peaceful it is. It's almost ironic...thank you!

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  8. I seriously need their help with my scrapbooking! That was fantastic!

    WV coween: two people sharing one Halloween costume, such as the front and back half of a horse.

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  9. That was incredible! Very well done! Thanks for sharing it.

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  10. That's so cool! If you're looking for papercraft, I know this link I got in an email. So so cool!

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  11. TOTALLY off topic for this post, but I saw these 'junk-o-lanterns' and they looked more steampunk to me... ;)

    http://www.bhg.com/holidays/halloween/pumpkin-decorating/junk-o-lanterns/

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  12. I think LikeCool is checking out your site :)

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  13. Yay I'm so glad you liked it! My fiance is in Jeremy's band and I'm so happy for his success. It couldn't have happened to a nicer guy.

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