Famous for her work with the “stop motion” technique, the artist worked for Argentine music figures such as Lit Killah, Khea, Emilia and Trueno.
01/13/2023 – 09:09 a.m.
The artists Bizarrap and Shakira became a global trend on social media this week with their Session #53. There was expectation for the arrival of the song, especially for the content of the lyrics, referring to Gerard Piqué, the ex-husband of the Colombian singer.
The video of the song, which exceeded expectations and led the trends in social networks worldwide, includes an animation by the Argentine audiovisual video director and producer julia count.
The 23-year-old designer posted on her Twitter account how the animation of the Session #53. The images show the generation of the clip with a focus on the transformation into a drawing of Shakira. Several users linked it to the video for A-ha’s classic, Take on me.
Famous for her animated work using the “stop motion“, the artist worked for Argentine music figures such as Lit Killah, Khea, Emilia and Trueno, as well as international artists.
“It’s crazy what’s happening in the Argentina with the way the music scene is exploding. It is an opportunity that we nerdy children who like to tell stories had. All the directors of video clips are raising the bar a lot,” Conde told the Télam agency.
In the interview, the artist highlighted that she does her work from a room in the family home “in which the tranquility of the park invites you to immerse yourself in its animated universe”.
Making of #53 @bizarrap @Shakira pic.twitter.com/kpPqzeUXiw— Julita (@julitaconde) January 12, 2023
I work with Bizarrap
“I like animation from a very young age, I spent many summer hours instead of being in the pool watching series of cartoonsbut the truth is that I never thought I was going to dedicate myself to this, it was not something I had in my head,” said the designer.
“My history with animation is weird for several reasons. It’s not that at 18 I was a fan of anime and I wanted to go to study at Japan“, Conde clarified.
Conde already worked with bizza. It was in session 39 together with Snow Tha Prduct. “During the pandemic I worked a lot in advertising animating in 2D, I left stop motion a bit,” she recalled.
“We have a creative relationship, we send each other things that we like a lot, he does too he really likes animationHe loves stop motion. We always send each other things to see,” he said.
“When was the session with SnowSince she is an international artist, it was difficult to film it, it was a solution to do it in stop motion. The song says that she comes in with a punch and also wanted Biza’s character to be like an alter ego that controls him,” she recalled.
“Biza had the idea that Snow would hit him with a bat. There was already a little doll that had been created by a 3D artist called damn. It had already appeared in other teasers, we said we had to make a small animated Biza,” explained Conde, who posted the following video on Instagram.
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This is how the animation of the Shakira and Bizarrap video was made (and it was made by a 23-year-old Argentine)
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