The Napfény music video was made with a special amalgam of techniques for the Hungarian band Tha Shudras. The original idea was to produce a timelapse video spiced up with several additions. Stop motion, hyperlapse, and hand-drawn frame-n-by-frame animations came together in this excitingnvisual. The entire creative process took more thann300 hours and the clip eventually consisted of over 4,500 individual photos.
A popular Szeged-born band commissioned us to make a unique and spectacular video clip using special techniques.
The editing had already been done on paper in advance; every second and frame got its place before the first picture was taken. The storyboard was tailored to the fixed timeline that already existed at that time. The techniques to be used were previously tested, so everyone knew exactly what to do on day one of the shooting. The clip combined stop motion and hyperlapse techniques and phase-by-phase animation inserts were added to the live pictures, drawn by hand. There was a shot we were taking for 4 hours in which the front man posed for mouth sync for each and every frame. After three sessions of shooting and hundreds of hours of work, we can proudly say that so far no Hungarian production has been made that can compare, and the final result is just overwhelming. So much so that after launching the clip, the largest Hungarian commercial media service provider immediately noticed its novelty and dealt with it in several of its shows.