as far as aging in 6 years, all i notice is darker circles under his eyes.
No, he definitely gets older. I wouldn't mind doing this for the next few years.
I noticed in this video that he got pudgier and skinnier, back and forth, not too drastically, but it's noticeable with the time. I wonder what mine woud look like.
Originally Posted by InfiniteNothing
his haircut or lack of haircut could make his face look pudgier and then skinnier pretty easily.Originally Posted by ShawnLee
I wonder if that would coincide with things like: girlfriend/no girlfriend.Originally Posted by ShawnLee
Or is the guy married??
I could only stand about 15 seconds of that video.
"I know the pieces fit, cause I watched them fall away."
"Cold silence has
A tendancy to
Sense of compassion."
That music gives me goosebumps... I had to find the MP3. Arist is "Carly Comando" and it is apparently an original piece.
Re: his face changing, I think a faster framerate probably would've helped. If you grab the slider and fast forward through it's more dramatic and obvious.
Makes me want to try the same thing! Perhaps if I get into law school we can see what it does to my body.
wow, 6 years...
i went on youtube some time ago looking for something, and on the front page was a featured video of an asian girl who did something similar, except she only did it for two years.
i haven't had a chance to watch this 6-year vid yet, so i don't know about the framerate, like BW mentioned. but the vid of the girl went very quickly. it was neat, but i don't know if i have the patience to watch 6 years' worth of pictures...
"I can't believe you can eat that; it looks like abortion." - Augusta, of the Tard-Blog
It's amazing how he maintains the exact same expression throught the whole duration. This is definitely fascinating, even more thanks to the music. I'd love to see one with backgrounds that reflect the major events of the time (e.g. changing girlfriends)
there's a website where a family takes the exact same picture (pose, scene, everything) on the same day, every year, and has been doing this for ages. It's pretty cool. The hubby and I keep talking about doing it, but we never get around to it.
Have a groovy day!
Couldn't watch the whole thing....
good thought. could also coincide with summer/winter (the average person weighs 5-10 #s more in winter than they do in summer.)Originally Posted by Prngr44
nifty project, especially if he keeps it up!
My great uncle tried this many years ago...next thing you know they put him in a petri dish.
i'll bet that was the yeast of his worries.Originally Posted by Ryebread