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Brain Facts 1

After a lot of planning, drawing and animating I have finally finish my first video of “Brain Facts”. A personal project where I hope to explain in a simple but funny way different facts about our brain and nervous system. I stared with the weight, but I will try to make more of them. I hope you like it!

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