February, 2015

 

Earmouse and Bottle, short film for nickelodean

Animation

Earmouse and Bottle is a short film created by Brian Morante, specially developed for the Nickelodeon program of short films, which open call every year to accommodate new animated works worldwide. This year they have not already open call, but if you’re interested the films must be original, based on a humorous style, and developed in any style of animation from 2D, 2D digital, stop motion, CG or mixed media … If you’re one of the your short film finalists will air on the same channel, an excellent opportunity toRead More


How Digital Photos Have Changed How We View the World

Once upon a time – and not that long ago – a photographer would have to wait for hours, if not days, in order to view his or her photographs. A single shot would have to be planned in order to maximise the chances of obtaining that single, perfect moment captured on photographic paper.


Starr Mazer, ships and pixel history

Animation

With fashionable ‘back to retro ” have appeared many titles with that premise over the years. And it seems that it will not stop in 2015. Among them, we look at a project kickstarter with exceptional pint.


The Curse of the Sad Mummy, kinematics League of Legends

Animation

In Riot Games know very well what they like his players: A good kinematics of the most charismatic characters. And that’s what we have done in this work entitled The Curse of the Sad Mummy, but …


TV Spot – Inside Out

Animation

New TV spot for Inside Out, the latest Pixar.


Game of Thrones Sets a New Standard for Epic Fantasy

Game of Thrones

There is no denying that grant winning creator George R. R. Martin can weave a fine story, what with the long series of books, short stories, and TV adjustments credited to his name. With a Game of Thrones book, nonetheless, he got through the boundaries of the dream sort, bringing to light an extraordinary narrating structure that is certain to situate another benchmark for future eras of imagination journalists.


Confusion Through Sand a short film by Benjamin Wiessner

Animation

Confusion Through Sand is an animated short in the most traditional way possible, hand drawn and recycled paper, by the young artist Benjamin Wiessner.


Now Enjoy Any Video from YouTube by Converting It into WMV

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There are umpteen numbers of video converters available in the market. But converting them into the correct format according to your device is very important as not every device support a particular video in proper resolution. Video once shot with a camcorder and sent it across by email doesn’t serve the purpose as the receiver might not have the correct plug-ins to watch that video. Similar is the issue while you want to use a video from You Tube but with less memory space, conversion into WMV is the solutionRead More


Microsoft looks to the future with hololens

Animation

Microsoft made conference content: Presented Windows 10, DirectX 12 and Hololens. The latter is what concerns us today.


The Best Anime Series and Films – Ever

Inside Out - Trailer

Anime is a Japanese style of animated filmmaking, characterized by colorful graphics, vibrant colors and amazing fantasy themes. Nobody can be indifferent to it – some love it, others hate it. If you take a good look at Japanese films as a whole, you will see that some of its greatest masterpieces were created with a pen on paper, not so much with real actors playing in front of the cameras. Here are some of the best pieces of anime ever created.