As a self-proclaimed “video wizard”, Parry’s creations have quite a magical touch – created through visual effects including illusions and stop-motion animation.
“I try to make my videos as smooth and simple as possible, but I want them to confuse people so much that they have to watch it over and over again,” he says.
To do this, Parry uses editing and trick camera work as part of his illusion.
He says that this work is very meticulous and sometimes extremely tedious. For example, Parry once made Stop-motion animation of him riding a skateboard along the track
. Behind the scenes, he took 360 photographs of himself lying on the ground in various positions, using a camera mounted on the ceiling. In another stop motion video, He decorated his Christmas tree 300 times
Ornaments to make it appear that they are moving all over the tree.
“There’s usually a point in the middle of my videos that I’m like, ‘Am I a crazy person? He tells Granthshala.
their delusions, including transform yourself into random objects
It is also challenging to make. For example, filming himself for hours on end in videos of Parry changing into balloons, making sure the cuts fit snugly into each other, and recreating himself digitally – making sure that Don’t get injured. It took a week to put together the five-second clip.
His hard work is commendable for Parry. “Ever since I was a kid, I’ve always wanted to be a magician,” he says. “Doing video magic tricks like this is my way to finally become a magician.”
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