Final Papercut Illustrations For A Museum Animation

Last year, I did some animations for a museum and if you are a returning reader you might have seen the early stages of one of the papercut illustrations in this post. As the job has been finished and all the animations are up and running in the exhibition, I thought I might share some of the illustrations from the fifth clip with you.

This clip was about the change of significance of religion through the centuries and how natural sciences became more and more important.

paper cut illustration for animation by John E. Brito

Things going wrong in medieval monasteries.

paper cut illustration for animation by John E. Brito

People paying for their sins in the middle ages.

paper cut illustration for animation by John E. Brito

Carl von Linné, natural scientist

paper cut illustration for animation by John E. Brito

Johannes Calvin, Martin Luther, Ulrich Zwingli; German reformers

paper cut illustration for animation by John E. Brito

Nobility

paper cut illustration for animation by John E. Brito

 

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