Making of a horse
Tear off pieces of paper or black cardboard (or in the absence of other color)
Place them on a large white sheet of paper (or directly on the table) spaced out from each other.
Rearrange the pieces until we recognize a horse
Move the pieces of paper several times while continuing to recognize both the horse and the shapes that make it up.
If you want to do your animation, take a picture every time you move the paper shapes. The camera (or mobile phone) must be mounted on the easel and remain in the same position for all shots.
William Kentridge is a South African artist, director and filmmaker. It is known for its drawings, tapestries, and engravings and for its animated films. He also works with prints, books, collages and sculpture. His works have been exhibited in personal exhibitions in many museums, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Albertina Museum in Vienna, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. In Italy he is represented by the gallery Lia Rumma.