Watching a craftsman create something beautiful by hand out of raw materials can be quite peaceful and fulfilling. Using stop-motion animation, Omozoc made a short film, Milk Crate, that gives the impression that wood can be broken up simply as vegetables, nails can be driven in with a spoon, and sanding can be accomplished with a butter knife. A total of 2854 individual photos were used to create the animation, and no computer visual effects were used.
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