Stop-Motion Kart 64 - Mario Kart in Real Life
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.