Drive of challenging myself arose my curiosity about animating papercuts. The understanding of 2D animation
I acquired during my diploma in animation helps me with creating motion on paper.
As for the process of papercut animation, I sketch all the artworks, frame by frame, on paper.
Then, I scan and print them on 80gsm paper. Consequently, I cut them out using the NT cutter craft knife.
Once the cutting is done, I number the frames as per animation. For the background, I make use of my sister’s hand. She patiently sits for hours while I shoot. Each animation takes a minimum of a week to complete.