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01/15/2010 06:44:20 PM · #1
This is just totally off the wall mental
CLICK ME

Make sure you watch in FULL SCREEN, trust me it is not one of those silly jump out ya skin things it is just the very fine new refreshing work of a very talented young man.

01/15/2010 07:05:52 PM · #2
I'm scared to click.. last time I did on a "this is so cool" link I almost had a heart attack (I have a weak heart).
01/15/2010 07:06:41 PM · #3
Iíll go with Marac, WOW, no joke, just experience.

Love your safe..


Message edited by author 2010-01-15 19:08:17.
01/15/2010 07:11:35 PM · #4
Beautiful film. Thanks for the link.
01/15/2010 07:26:13 PM · #5
Dayum! That was cool. The only minor letdown was to realize toward the end that trickery was involved. CG? Compositing? Dunno, but it's obviously not straightforward stop motion. Makes you go back and wonder how the cool time lapse was done. Blood, sweat, and tears? or CG?

Still, as far as the film goes...wonderful!

EDIT: OK, now I see the "full-CG" bit. Really? Totally computer rendered? I'd be quite impressed with that as well...

Message edited by author 2010-01-15 19:28:29.
01/15/2010 07:30:42 PM · #6
VFC!
01/15/2010 07:31:40 PM · #7
Thanks for the link, MAK. It was worth it.
01/15/2010 07:33:58 PM · #8
Originally posted by DrAchoo:

Dayum! That was cool. The only minor letdown was to realize toward the end that trickery was involved. CG? Compositing? Dunno, but it's obviously not straightforward stop motion. Makes you go back and wonder how the cool time lapse was done. Blood, sweat, and tears? or CG?

Still, as far as the film goes...wonderful!

EDIT: OK, now I see the "full-CG" bit. Really? Totally computer rendered? I'd be quite impressed with that as well...


Also look at the other links next to the video, it will show breakdowns of the CG video. Here is the link.
01/15/2010 07:40:58 PM · #9
A truly amazing video. Thanks for posting the link.

** It looks like the umbrella man from the photo challenges made an appearance in that short film.
01/15/2010 07:48:40 PM · #10
Oh, me goodness.
That was a treat.
THANK you so much for that link.
:-))
01/15/2010 07:50:09 PM · #11
That was inspiring.
01/15/2010 08:00:39 PM · #12
I was actually going to link this a couple days ago, but I forgot. It's a very impressive piece of work considering he did it all by himself.
01/15/2010 08:05:37 PM · #13
It is taking forever to load, and I am on limited bandwidth allowance here, so this is making me nervous.

Can someone please explain to me how to check the size of that video - or any other video/download for that matter - before I look at such things?

Windows 7, Firefox ..... anything else I need to add?

ETA: I tried right clicking here, there and everywhere, and looking at "properties", but can't find a size anywhere yet.

Message edited by author 2010-01-15 20:07:38.
01/15/2010 08:11:44 PM · #14
That was very cool. I loved the tree with the clouds in the building.
01/15/2010 08:13:34 PM · #15
Originally posted by Beetle:

It is taking forever to load, and I am on limited bandwidth allowance here, so this is making me nervous.

Can someone please explain to me how to check the size of that video - or any other video/download for that matter - before I look at such things?

Windows 7, Firefox ..... anything else I need to add?

ETA: I tried right clicking here, there and everywhere, and looking at "properties", but can't find a size anywhere yet.


I'm sure it is huge, but it streams, so shouldn't be a problem.

ps: Hi Karin!
01/15/2010 08:49:05 PM · #16
Originally posted by Art Roflmao:


I'm sure it is huge, but it streams, so shouldn't be a problem.


Yes it is a problem when a very internet-enthusiastic family only gets 25 GB a month (which includes downloads AND uploads). I have to be very careful these days, and would love to know how to check these things BEFORE I open them.
Maybe I need to start a thread to find the answer to this....

Originally posted by Art Roflmao:


Hi Karin!

Hi Ken!

01/15/2010 08:52:23 PM · #17
Wow... just, wow. To think that was all CG is just mind-blowing. Especially the images of the Milwaukee Art Museum, Brise Soliel opening, I'm quite familiar with the structure and I felt I was there.
I loved the abstract feel of the whole piece, and the way the music integrated with the visual experience was wonderful. I'm guessing I will be watching this more than a few times! Thanks for the link!
01/15/2010 08:52:59 PM · #18
25GB a month?? That sucks. No competition?
01/15/2010 09:01:21 PM · #19
wow! Wow! Wow! A beautiful dreamscape. As close to 3 D as you are going to get.
Thanks for the link, Mak
01/15/2010 10:06:33 PM · #20
Complete eyeball f**k...

Amazing work... bit self indulgent at times, but if I had an ounce of that talent then I would self-indulge. COnsidering the guy modelled,textures, animated and rendered its a great piece of work.. would almost put this in the "art" category.

Inspiring stuff. good find Makus.

01/15/2010 10:19:53 PM · #21
Oh wow! Thanks so much for posting! Really enjoyed it, especially the last half.
01/15/2010 10:26:39 PM · #22
well that's 5 minutes of my life I'll never get back and two chords I'll never want to listen to again.
01/15/2010 11:09:08 PM · #23
Nice Bokeh..
01/16/2010 01:40:53 AM · #24
That was gorgeous. As a former architectural photographer, I have to say I particularly relate to it :-)

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