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  • #61
    World's first fully hand-painted film honors Vincent van Gogh

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    • #63
      first???
      just search in youtube "aleksander petrov animation"... and you'll see true masterpiece. from russia.
      he took oscar for it.
      for example -
      My Love -


      Old man and the sea.


      Last edited by merk666; 14-12-2016, 02:55 PM.

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      • #64
        Those are shorts, the one in question is an 80 minute animated feature film and that's a first in that category. Petrov got his Oscar for "Best animated short film".

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        • #65
          Originally posted by Chomiq View Post
          Those are shorts, the one in question is an 80 minute animated feature film and that's a first in that category. Petrov got his Oscar for "Best animated short film".
          that's what i found about discussed polish movie...


          but, bro... it is real scenes and actors, just stylized in van Gogh manner(his quite poor art style).
          compare petrov's art and this sh.t.
          Russia strong! You know.

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          • #66
            It might be a Romanian movie for all I care. And I'm not your bro.

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            • #67
              10charsforsista

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              • #68
                So basically, this is a variation to "interpolated rotoscope" technique that has been around for years. Here is an example of said technique used in film which I personally quite enjoyed: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Scanner_Darkly_(film)
                I am not dismissing this work of art, but I certainly don't consider it as something revolutionary.


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                • #69
                  The art of mind-bending physics

                  Schrodinger's Bird brings quantum quirkiness alive in an animation and exhibition that draws on Schrodinger's cat, superposition, and "spooky action at a distance"
                  http://www.abc.net.au/news/science/2...hysics/7426472


                  Schrodinger's Bird

                  http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-05-2...s-bird/7427682
                  Last edited by Penny the Penguin; 11-12-2017, 05:21 PM.

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                  • #70
                    Swirling wall of moving patterns represents our thoughts

                    WHAT resembles the wall of an exotic underground grotto is actually a work of art representing the circuitry of the brain in action. Engram / Remember is an incredible moving spectacle, forged from algorithms that convert data about brainwave activity into captivating imagery – this image shows just a single frame.
                    https://www.newscientist.com/article...ime=1526298276

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                    • #71
                      Originally posted by Penny the Penguin View Post
                      Swirling wall of moving patterns represents our thoughts

                      https://www.newscientist.com/article...ime=1526298276
                      The images in the video made me think of the book Solaris. That's kind of what I imagined the planet wide entity acted like.

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                      • #72
                        Originally posted by RobertKLR View Post

                        The images in the video made me think of the book Solaris. That's kind of what I imagined the planet wide entity acted like.
                        That was an interesting film. Wow, yes, I can imagine it, too, anything is possible out there in the Universe or Universes, with the millions or billions of planets and how they are composed or behave.

                        With this artwork, I think it would be interesting to see data imagery presented in this way, of an Astronaut, having just viewed earth and space from such perspective.

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                        • #73
                          Trippy photos show how beautiful water can look when it's blasted with sound

                          https://www.businessinsider.com.au/w...ffer&r=US&IR=T

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                          • #74
                            Originally posted by Penny the Penguin View Post
                            Trippy photos show how beautiful water can look when it's blasted with sound

                            https://www.businessinsider.com.au/w...ffer&r=US&IR=T
                            I used to have a PA company (and a small studio) - the cross overs to split the frequencies to the various stacks of speakers had cut off's in them to filter out anything below 60 hz

                            The fun starts when you remove the cross overs and start to stick frequencies lower than that through big bass bins such as JBL 45/20's
                            https://www.pinterest.co.uk/johnciola/jbl-4520/
                            (I used to have all the JBL 15" speakers re-coned from 150w to 400w so we could use the big Peavey amps rather than Amcron's)

                            minimoog was always handy for the bass - bass you can feel...........

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                            • #75
                              Scientists believe the ancient amphibians lived in the rainforest in modern-day Myanmar during the late Cretaceous Period. Their remains were found trapped in tree sap.

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