It's not exactly a motion comic, but director Erik Khoo has somehow managed to make an animated version of Yoshihiro Tatsumi's A Drifting Life. He does this by coloring the panels and introducing limited motion, and in this short YouTube video, he and his staff discuss how they used both live-action sequences to model the motion and computer techniques to transform static panels to moving pictures. Tatsumi seems like a strange candidate for animation, but Khoo says, "You look at his panels, [and] it's almost like a very well done storyboard for a film." This making-of film has a definite promotional aspect (everyone uses the full name of every product—that's the tell), but it is interesting to see the creative and technical decisions that were made in translating the book into film.
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