This morning I made a video using very, and I emphasize the 'very', very basic stop-motion photography. As in... I took pictures of each step of the process of making one little paper krane. I used my Sony Cybershot camera. (The same one I use for all of my product photography... so nothing fancy!)
I'd been playing around with the idea of making a video like this for a while... and have a few other ideas involving my origami, so now that I've done one... there will be more to follow!
Have a look anyway, it's pretty basic, but I had heaps of fun playing around with different programs, and soundtracks to get this version.
FOR BEST RESULTS... please measure both feet while standing with heels against a wall, marking on paper where the longest toe/s are, and the middle of the heel. (Choose a size that fits your longest foot)
If the shoes will be worn with socks, please wear the socks and then measure in the same manner.
Leave at least 10 - 12mms of space between the longest toe and the inside lengths below.
If your/your child’s feet measure close to the end of the inner measurements on the charts below, we recommend you size up.
While the length measurements are the same across our styles, the upper construction affects the volume. See HERE for a more detailed description of each of our PaperKrane styles.