Now where did I put my projector...
ut this time the stars are stationary and the earth is moving.
HD/Fullscreen for best effect.
1 nineteen year old animator. 6 months. Pure badass.
By: WayGroovy | Jan 25th, 2015 (9:47 PM) | Thanks: teryakisan
This guy has recut Peter Jackson's Hobbit trilogy into a single 4-hour film.
This instructable demonstrates and explains a number of different sculptures I designed that animate when they are spun and lit by a strobe light (or are captured by a video camera with a very fast shutter speed). Let's look at a few examples:
It's a bit different.
By: WayGroovy | Dec 29th, 2014 (7:37 PM) | Thanks: CrispyCroissant
By: WayGroovy | Dec 20th, 2014 (7:22 PM) | Thanks: DorgoDorato
What REALLY happens when you throw shit at a labtop and make a world changing discovery! @5min mark.
What if well known album covers are just part of a bigger picture?
A man returns to the Midwestern farm of his childhood on a desperate mission to unearth the horrifying truth of what landed there in the summer of 1960.
An outstanding short film
A child taxidermist, an outsider in his small town, is entranced by a girl who finds his work beautiful. But just as their relationship begins to progress, he does something that drastically changes everything.
Stranded in space but not time...
By: WayGroovy | Dec 4th, 2014 (6:20 PM) | Thanks: lateknightucd
A dream to meat.
By: WayGroovy | Dec 3rd, 2014 (10:27 PM)
Wanderers is a vision of humanity's expansion into the Solar System, based on scientific ideas and concepts of what our future in space might look like, if it ever happens. The locations depicted in the film are digital recreations of actual places in the Solar System, built from real photos and map data where available.
By: WayGroovy | Dec 1st, 2014 (5:47 PM) | Thanks: CrispyCroissant
I bet you can't draw em better.
By: WayGroovy | Nov 27th, 2014 (10:40 AM)
Hundreds of years ago miners carved this elaborate shrine out of rock salt.
or, no good deed goes unpunished.
By: WayGroovy | Nov 22nd, 2014 (4:11 PM) | Thanks: teryakisan
Sacha Goldberger presents
Pretty in Ink
The DPRK 360 project is an independent project by Singaporean photographer Aram Pam that aims to showcase the many aspects of DPRK (a.k.a. North Korea) through photography. All attempts will be made so as not address any past, present or future political issues that may be sensitive. The purpose of this project is to encourage understanding of the country and uncover the mysteries that lay hidden. Through better understanding, fear can be removed and friendships can be made. Aside from the 360 degree panoramic images, the site also contains numerous photos and videos taken in the course of the photographer's travels. A little additional info via an interview with the photographer can be found here http://iamkoream.com/photographer-aram-pan-presents-a-different-angle-to-north-korea/
Awesome rotoscoping + Metal
not like, the whole time
Someone hook me up with a OMNW or a Bebblepoet
By: WayGroovy | Nov 1st, 2014 (1:09 AM) | Thanks: CrispyCroissant
A photo essay.
Turning a random scribble into a drawing.
By: WayGroovy | Oct 30th, 2014 (1:40 AM) | Thanks: HellsSnowMan
I find clockwork completely fascinating, and workmanship at this level of scale and quality is just mind blowing, my jaw was dropped in awe during this video, that shows the creation of a Patek Philippe Grandmaster Chime watch, of which I feel like one copy should be installed into a museum of human achivement somewhere amazing.
Being chased through the woods by Shia LeBeouf
Star Wars in the style of northwest-coastal native american art.