Mr Martin alerted me to the presence of this little animation that uses only panning and still frames.  Telling the Steampunk version of the classic, tragic tale of Daedalus and Icarus, and done by the gentleman responsible for the Steampunk comic/illustrated book, Emma, it swaps a Greek setting for Victorian theme, and instead of wax-attached feathered wings, fragile and explosive balloons (hydrogen perhaps?)

A nice little anim, and impressive how so much can be done with so little (in terms of frames – I in no way intend to belittle Mr Brunel-Brutman’s efforts, but instead applaud his efficiency).  Thank you, Mr Martin!