I am super impressed at people who are creative and talented enough to showcase their skills at making stop-motion videos -- and thankful that they want to share them on YouTube.
I recently came across this video that utilized thousands of photos to tell the story of a man's life:
The suggestions on the YouTube page pointed me to what now may be my favorite stop-motion video, of solving a Rubick's Cube to the sounds of The Postal Service:
Other stop-motion videographers have put their ideas to popular music:
... or do their own interpretation of older music:
an explanation of how he did that and a more complicated piece:
I could sit here and watch this stuff for hours, but unfortunately I don't get paid to do that. Anyone have suggestions for what I should watch next?
-- Cheryl Sadler