Like 3D Chalk Art & Time-Lapse Videos? Why Not Zoidberg?

By: Josh Wolford - August 20, 2012

If you’re going to spend hours creating 3D chalk art, why not snaps a couple thousand shots and make a fun time-lapse video out of it? And as far as subject matter goes, why not Zoidberg?

Yes, Futurama‘s very own lobster-like doctor from the planet Decapod 10 is the subject of this cool piece from artist Chris Carlson and photographer Mike Larremore. The piece was constructed in August in Denver, Colorado and took 12 hours and used 2,700 frames.

Check it out below:

This isn’t the first time we’ve covered an amazing time-lapse art walkthrough from this team. Back in June, we featured a similarly awesome Super Mario 3D art time-lapse video.

[h/t Mashable]
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