Stop-motion Super Mario made out of sticky notes

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14 Responses to “Stop-motion Super Mario made out of sticky notes”

  1. Scurra says:

    Thank you. That made my day. Just magic.

  2. cinemajay says:

    Holy crap that’s impressive! The turns on the curtains must have been really difficult–post it’s don’t typically like adhering to fabric!

  3. benher says:

    These kids did an awesome job! I like how he inconspicuously avoided the mushroom ;)

  4. Anonymous says:

    absolutely amazing…

  5. ben says:

    Only in Japan do you die in your own version of Mario.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I loved it!

    I think they had a ‘sprint’ of each step/pose of the animation. Instead of placing and removing each individual post-it, which would take a lot of more work.

    Awesome either way!

  7. endymion says:

    Poor Mario, trapped in two dimensions. He wants to interact with our world, but he’s confined to the walls.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I don’t think these are post it notes. They’re just cardboard cutouts. It would take about 100x longer to make it moving individual post-it notes every time.

    Still rad, though.

  9. StealthyC says:

    They are sticky notes. As Mario dies you can see the sticky notes sticking out on the turtles shell. From 1:17 to 1:20.

  10. Christhegirl says:

    Heh, I always wanted to play Paper Mario.

  11. Motion select says:

    That is really cool, kinda wish they tested Mario’s color better with the lighting. But overall it’s great.

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