Robert Löbel's whimsical animation WIND exists in a world that is, well, extraordinarily windy. But the denizens of this windy world have found ways to deal with—and even enjoy—the weather.
The short film Contre temps (Against time) is set in a post-apocalyptic city that was long ago covered by rising tides. While exploring the city at low tide, however, a scavenger discovers another soul within the city.
Question: How does a single vehicle manage to explode nearly 40 individual times in the course of seven minutes? Answer: Exactly like this.
Until he was cast as the new Doctor this past weekend, Peter Capaldi was best known as the insanely profane Malcolm Tucker on the BBC's dark political comedy The Thick of It. It only took a day from someone to add the character's inspired obscenities to a Doctor Who trailer — and the results are gloriously NSFW.
What if John Hughes directed Game of Thrones? Well, it probably wouldn't look anything like this, because it would still be set in the medieval fantasy realm of Westeros, but artist Mike Wrobel has painted much of the GoT cast in '80s and early '90s fashions, and they're just phenomenally brilliant. Take a look!
Could The Great Gatsby be one of the year's most special effects-heavy films? This VFX sizzle reel certainly makes it look that way.
short character animation tutorial for every level that explains clearly the secret for a great acting performance
this is my final project for the professional course in 3d character animation at the Animation Workshop, Viborg (DK), it took 4 weeks from pre to post production
the music in the background is Kool & Klean - Volume 3 ( THE ALBUM 2012 ) _THE SMOOTHJAZZ LOFT_
There is absolutely nothing not to love about this trailer for The History of Future Folk, an immensely charming indie movie about and alien named Bill who comes to Earth to destroy it, but instead fall in love with our music. And when another alien named Kevin arrives to assassinate him, they start a band.
INTENSE SPOILERS FOR LAST NIGHT'S EPISODE OF GAME OF THRONES. SERIOUSLY, QUIT READING RIGHT THIS INSTANT IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED IT.
We're used to seeing modern landmarks in their completed glory, but we gain a new appreciation for those familiar monuments when we see them in progress, and remember all the labor that went into bringing them to life.
It's rare that I see a piece of art and a piece of me just wants to absolutely lunge for it, but this is one of those times. Exactingly created by artist Scott Park and replicating cars ranging from everything from the Dukes of Hazzard to The Fifth Element, each car is a perfect bit of art in its own right.
From Youtuber Pilerud:
I scratch built this Warhammer 40,000 Space Marine Blood Angel Tactical Sergeant, 7th company, 9th squad, costume as a fan. About 400 hours in making, spread over 10 months. The current weight is 25 kg. Height: About 215 cm/7′ (I am about 183 cm/6′ without armor). (To be able to move around easier and be able to use my own hands, the size is a compromize between proper SM size and a normal human.) Method: Pepakura (foam+hot glue) and some modifications to make it look more like the miniatures. And some aluminum rods, and screws and electronics. Cost of materials: At the present about 2500€.
Stop what you're doing and watch this. No, really. Clear your schedule for the next seven minutes and have a seat. This here's the story of Prince Rupert's Drop – and if you're into physics, high-speed video, explosions, or the feeling of your jaw falling open in an involuntary expression of sheer wonderment, it's a story you definitely need to hear.
If Game of Thrones Was Made in 1995
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