So what will you do when you’ve got lots of time to spare and thousands of post-it notes right in front of you? Well, YouTube sensation and aspiring filmmaker Zach King a.k.a. FinalCutKing decided to bring the Mario game to life by reportedly using roughly 7,000 Post-it notes or sticky notes to create a stop-motion video animation. The video is quite short, roughly one and a half minutes, although King said that it took a ninja-like patience to post and shoot the stop-motion video.
Judging from the video above, you will see good old Mario traversing through the walls like a pro, jumping over a clock like crazy. And oh there’s Pac-Man too, eating ghosts and unfortunately King’s poster on the wall as well. But since it’s Mario’s show, it took three Tetris blocks to bring Pac-Man down. Anyway, the video is fun and amusing. Perhaps you too can come up with your own stop-video animation as well. Cheers!
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