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If you are in need of a reminder that the world is plenty of beautiful digital creations, look no further than this website pretends to put together everything that uses on some way or another the tools to generate really stunning imagery.

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Cute add from Method Studios

Our visual effects spark people’s imaginations and transport them to magical places. Here’s a look at how their children describe what we do for a living.

Phil Tippett Quote


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In the olden days, producers knew what visual effects were. Now they’ve gotten into this methodology where they’ll hire a middleman – a visual effects supervisor, and this person works for the producing studio. They’re middle managers. And when you go into a review with one of them, there’s this weird sort of competition that happens. It’s a game called ‘Find What’s Wrong With This Shot’. And there’s always going to be something wrong, because everything’s subjective. And you can micromanage it down to a pixel, and that happens all the time. We’re doing it digitally, so there’s no pressure to save on film costs or whatever, so it’s not unusual to go through 500 revisions of the same shot, moving pixels around and scrutinizing this or that. That’s not how you manage artists. You encourage artists, and then you’ll get – you know – art. If your idea of managing artists is just pointing out what’s wrong and making them fix it over and over again, you end up with artists who just stand around asking “OK lady, where do you want this sofa? You want it over there? No? Fine. You want it over there? I don’t give a fuck. I’ll put it wherever you want it.” It’s creative mismanagement, it’s part of the whole corporate modality. The fish stinks from the head on down. Back on Star Wars, Robocop, we never thought about what was wrong with a shot. We just thought about how to make it better.

by Phil Tippet

Swedish Street Musician Plays Star Wars Theme Song

The Force is strong with this charismatic man. Here’s Swedish street musician Anders Flanderz playing John Williams’ unmistakeable Star Wars theme all by himself on keyboard, horns, cymbals, accordion, bike-whistles in Stockholm, Sweden.

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Iron Man in 8 Bits Animation

Welcome to 8-bit Cinema again!
No quarters or controllers required, just 60 seconds.
We present for your enjoyment: the original Iron Man movie retold in 60 seconds via old-school 8-bit technology.

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18 Animated Neon Posters from Movies

Hypnotic neon versions of the all-time classics by Mr. White.

Which one is the best ?

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The Shining in 8 Bits Animation

The 8-bit generation began with the launch in Japan of the family Nintendo and Sega. Gamers in 8 Bits created a version of the film The Shining using this type of graphics. The video shows the entire video is designed as if they were playing an arcade, just not interactive. We can see how it develops the plot of the movie and how all the characters are appearing in 8 Bits. To make it interesting, its creators challenge you to find out which games were inspired to create this version of The Shining.

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