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"Burning Moments II": A Cinematic Digitally Animated Short Film Of Burning Man Festival By Ari Fararooy (2016)

“Burning Moments II” is a Cinematic Digitally Animated Short Film of the Burning Man Festival in Nevada Directed by Ari Fararooy.

Filmed, Edited, Digitally Animated and Directed by:  Ari Fararooy… 79 more words

Cinematic Visual Poems

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Science Daily

Computer animation is the art of creating moving images via the use of computers. It is a subfield of computer graphics and animation. Increasingly it is created by means of 3D computer graphics, though 2D computer graphics are still widely used for low bandwidth and faster real-time rendering needs. 46 more words

Musings

When CGI Works

I revisited Life of Pi (2012) the other day and focused on the magical realism offered by Computer Generated Imagery like the algae-glowing dream sequence when the young Pi peers down into the depths of the ocean. 485 more words

Movies

Why CG Sucks (Because Sometimes It Does)

Freddie Wong recently uploaded a video on why computer-generated imagery (or CG) sucks.  “Except it doesn’t,” he qualifies.  I’m a big fan of Wong’s work, most of which is available on YouTube.  754 more words

Why CGI Sucks In Movies? Who's Responsible?

Why CGI Sucks In Movies?
Among the greatest complaints about modern movies may be the overuse of CGI, or Computer Produced Imagery. Even some movies are constructed with CGIs only. 14 more words

VIral Online

Windows 10's 3D builder; like IE6, but for 3D models.

Excuse me if my tone is somewhat less professional then my other posts, but I feel like ridiculing something today. And that something is one of Microsoft’s shiny new Windows 10 apps, 3D Builder. 505 more words

R. Kikuo Johnson Illustration for The New Yorker's Anthony Lane Review of 'Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation'

Anthony Lane reviews “Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation”:

Tom Cruise is in excellent fettle, relaxing like a high-wire artist into the tensest of predicaments, and securing his status as the Dorian Gray of action movies. 32 more words

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