Jeremy Abel: The Conductor

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Justin Cone

Together with Carlos El Asmar, Justin co-founded Motionographer, F5 and The Motion Awards. He currently lives in Austin, Texas with is wife, son and fluffball of a dog. Before taking on Motionographer full-time, Justin worked in various capacities at Psyop, NBC-Universal, Apple, Adobe and SCAD.

Jeremy Abel : The Conductor

Jeremy Abel, currently a senior at R.I.T, creates this fun piece of stop motion about a robot conductor and his analog ensemble.

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Love those clapping hands so much!


Awesome! Combines three of my favorite things: Robots, music, and electronics!

Adrian Navarro

Crazy! I made a stop-motion animation very similar to this last year. It was a lil robot composer as well. I wonder when the artist made this. We must be kindred spirits or something… Jeremy, if you’re reading this, check this out!


Haha, that’s sweet!! Lovin’ the part when the jack dips down into the circuit board and all the transistors dance! How’d you do the wire? I tried a similar effect by removing the actual wire and replacing it with armature wire, but I couldn’t get it to work really well. As for when I made this, I did all photography it at the end of spring last year, and did all the post-production in the fall and winter this year. What effects pedal did that used to be?

Adrian Navarro

yeah I shot it last spring too! I shot and edited everything within a week since it was the last week of school. For the arms I just went to the hardware store and bought some electrical wires. They came in all kind of thicknesses, any color, and were bendable. The guitar pedal I used was a Boss DS-1. I sanded all the paint off.. my favorite part was installing the eyes though.


È un piccolissomo gioiello che emana gioia…
Congratulazioni Jeremy.

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