Star Wars Celebration happened just over the past weekend and after having a few days to absorb all of the amazing announcements they made, here are our top 3! [Read more…]
This animated trailer looks intriguing. This takes place on the border town of San Simon, Mexico late 1970s. A Chinese immigrant Chiu Lee Man takes in 3 orphan kids who he mentors and trains in way of martial arts. When he is murdered, the 3 kids: Silencio, Isabela, and Jesus team up with a DEA Agent and Federale officer to seek revenge against the cartel.
Do you want to watch Iron Man duke it out Hulk? This reminds me of a Tekken-like animated battle. This animated fan short Iron Man Gamma Protocol is by Anthony McGrath. Iron Man puts on the Hulkbuster suit to battle Hulk at a deserted gas station in a small town. The animation looks awesome.
Al Morales has been focused on the art of dance photography these past two years. Al has gravitated to doing most of his photography with professional dancers. He didn’t think twice about the idea, because he himself was a former dancer the last two decades. Here is a glimpse of his passion for dance photography with Rachel Winter from San Jose CA, a Studio Company Dancer at The New Ballet School.
In a new effort to PR the new Rogue One film and push out the toys, Lucasfilms and Tongal have teamed up with fans to create a series cool stop-motion shorts using Rogue One toys from Hasbro, The LEGO Group, FUNKO, JAKKS Pacific, Mattel and the Disney Store.
American poet and writer Charles Bukowski (1920-1994) known for his outspoken commentary on everyday people living in Americana gets a short film based on one his poems. Filmmaker Kayhan Lannes Ozmen opts for a visual short from Bukowski’s short story collection “Notes of a Dirty Old Man” poem “Girl on the Escalator.”
Every once in-awhile, you watch a music video and say to yourself, “Wow, that is really cool.” This “Southern Winds (Revisited)” music video taken from artist Jane Lui’s album Goodnight Company took a year to make. It her a long time to build the cardboard world of sets and places.
This is a not-so typical photo shoot for the kid named Durian. This UCLA Animation Workshop thesis film “Eggplant” by director and animator Yangzi She has a certain charm and emotional drive to it. If you have time, definitely watch this animated short.
When you take a 15-minute break from your workstation today, check out this short fan-film by Rainfall Films. If you’re fan of Metroid and Nintendo in general, this will get your geeky blood pumping. This Metroid fan film is a re-imagining of what it would look like if it was a live-action film starring Jessica Chobot and directed by Sam Balcomb.
At TwitchCon, Reload Studios gives Sayori the opportunity to take their latest game for a spin. The creators worked on Call of Duty, and now want to take you to the next level of interactive movement virtually with World War Toons!
Everyone has an opinion about certain Comic Conventions. Now, “Was Wizard World great or not great?” So we had to ask a couple of our local Comic Convention goers in the Bay Area, Diana and Alejandro. Though they mentioned nothing spectacular on a scale of one through ten, I would have to say they sounded pretty happy to be there, and they reinforced what comic conventions are all about: Attending a panel and learning interesting factors about writing comics from Michael Golden, Meeting friends, and best of all – Cosplaying! The video speaks for itself.
Not exactly 3D, but imaginatively textured to give you that slice of pixel life! I know these are constructed pixel pieces, but it totally reminds me of when Han Solo gets carbon freezed into a slab and used as some sort of art piece in Jabba the Hutt’s palace. Click 2.5D Sprites to find out more about them.
At Wizard World, The Eddie has a brief interview with The Walking Dead‘s , Scott Wilson, who plays Hershel Greene, the much grounded and upholding character of humanity in an overwhelming time of dead chaos. He will also be starring in the upcoming television series DAMIEN, on A&E, a spin off from The OMEN.
The Eddie comes across 3-D Scanning to make a miniature figure of yourself! The company, Twindom, is freshly new and could have your figure delivered to you in two weeks. Beware, if you watch this video, you might get excited and just click Twindom to find the nearest Twindom 3D scanning facility near you to make that self-figure!