What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

At Least It Wasn’t a Leap Year


365Like yesterday’s post about a painting-a-day project, “Make Mine Mini,” here’s another 365-day challenge, again with tremendous results. Today’s OBT is called “365 – One Year, One Film, One Second a Day,” and it’s pretty impressive. Greg McLeod of the Brothers McLeod spent I can’t imagine how many hours making this mini epic, and I hope he understands what a great use of his time it was.

My first watching was just to see what it was about. They I began seeing patterns. When I watched it the second time, I realized I could tell what time of year it was not just by the month markers but also by the seasonal content. By the third watching, I was pausing and rewinding and having a great time trying to figure out what the animator was thinking, what had happened to him that day.

“. . . it forces you to generate ideas that you feel worthy of animating. Even on a boring uneventful day, you have to search for inspiration. I found it very rewarding.” -Greg McLeod to CartoonBrew

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

2 thoughts on “At Least It Wasn’t a Leap Year

  1. it was long but I laughed to tears. I saw the stress of genocidal conformity trying to stay humane. very stressful coping is what I saw.

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  2. Pingback: 365 Days of Beautiful Things!!! | My OBT

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