World-class stop-motion animators compete in the ultimate Vine duel



We went Western last week for a duel between two talented stop-motion artists

Since Viners Alicia Herber and Tee Ken Ng were in town, we invited them to stop by Mashable HQ. Little did they know what we had in store for them.

As they walked in, we handed them cowboy hats with no explanation. We led them upstairs to our roof, and briefly explained the concept of our video: a speed Vine duel. Then we filmed their game faces.

Back in our Vine studio, we gave Ng and Herber a handful of random materials — patterned paper, Mashable poker chips, fish bowl gravel, sticky tack and scissors. With 30 minutes on the clock, they began crafting their animations Read more…

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