What do you get when you have two grown men (I’m using the word grown loosely here) who are huge fans of the Mario Kart franchise and have stuntman/filmmaker friends?
A stop-motion video of something totally ridiculous but insanely fun, of course.
Rustic B is the stuntman/filmmaker from LA who enlisted his friends to create Mario Kart in real life in a one-minute video.
Short that may seem, you’ll have tons of fun watching two guys speeding up, down, left, and right a “race track”. Additionally, quite a bit of work went into this “tiny” video. Rustic shares:
It took us 5 hours of filming (scooting), as each frame is a separate picture and we had to get a total of ~650 frames. Hardest part was doing the sound effects from scratch (took me 2 days).
The video’s worth the effort, though, from banana peels to the music. Mario Kart addicts, this one’s for you. Make sure to thank Rustic B for his work.