Will Darby listen to an evil version of himself?
The New Devonport blockade is broken, Yasuko pushes for martial law on Earth and makes plans to secure the other colonies with military force while the rebels prepare for their campaign against the government.
Chad encounters and attacks two aliens while travelling alone. At Fairfield, the military receives strange signals over their radio, leading them into a nearby forest where they confront an alien.
When the shelf gets a new action figure in a box, the question becomes, “To open, or not to open.” Experience the collector’s dilemma on today’s episode of Shelf Life!
Okay, I admit it… I haven’t a clue. I was okay right up to the point where he said, “Now the problem is easy!”
Clear, concise steps taken by this particular filmmaker in the making of his animated movie. You will be making a wise investment of approximately 5 minutes in watching this tutorial film. Think of it as an act of knowledge reinforcement.
This video gives a quick breakdown on the steps it takes to make a short animated movie, in a way that’s easy to understand.
It is based on my own experience of making “Food For Thought” (vimeo.com/63603205), a short animated film I made at SVA.
Our newest promotional video for the Harb40 Passion Competition.
AN annual film competition that now has a short story category for writers to submit their stories also.
To learn more, go to www.harb40passioncompetition.com.
Created by Henrik Safegaard.
I usually do not post or embed “tests.” However, I decided to post this because it is done with a much evolved version of an old software friend – Terragen. It looks like my old friend has grown up. Depending on what one needs for a particular scene, Terragen may be an alternative to the more expensive or involved landscape creators.
A simple sci-fi animation just for gaining experiences with Terragen 2.5 possibilities in animation and generally for a upcomming short project.
600 frames were rendered by a single Xeon E-3 1240.v2 CPU @ 3,6 GHz in 26 hours.
Looks a bit choppy against the original file but this could be due to various reasons like Vimeos re-compression, stream connection or not being a Vimeo+ member, who knows…
The rebel broadcast was seen across the inhabited systems. Now the government must reassure the colonies that it has their best interests at heart. However, not everyone is convinced but they are more than willing to fight for their freedom.
Without the aid of computers, Ray Harryhausen created wonderful worlds filled with magnificent creatures. There is life in those creatures that no computer has yet replicated. He not only pioneered stop-motion animation, he pioneered imagination and wonder in film. Steven Spielberg stated that without the work of Ray Harryhausen, “… there never would have been a “Star Wars” or a “Jurassic Park.” Mr. Spielberg is correct. Ray Harryhausen passed away today. He was 92.
TCM’s In Memoriam to Ray Harryhausen, produced by Scott McGee.