I found a very interesting skeleton of an Hydrangea flower (see bottom) in our backyard so I used it in a light painting session last night.
The dry flower is partly see through because of all the holes which I thought would be a great medium to project some of the animations I made.
While an animation was being projected on the Hydrangea, it was rotating back at forth on a turntable at 30 degree intervals and I was rotating the camera at different speeds.
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