“Pick a card,” said the headless apparition, holding out his severed head to the assembled company, each in turn. “Any card…”
So, how do you behead a green giant and have him pick up his head and walk? 616 more words
I saw the new Jungle Book. It is a solid film, but one issue really sticks with me.
Several flaws are obvious: the musical numbers are forced-in and tonally jarring, its remake premise sucks out much of the excitement, and the animals would simply look ten times better if their voices were essentially telepathy instead of having mouths meant for crushing throats or unhinging their jaws flap all over the place. 413 more words
Good morning everyone. My first article on the new website PolyMedium is now available for reading.
In this article, I decided to take a look at some of my favorite effects techniques that have since gone on to be underused in films since computer generated imagery became more widely used. 17 more words
Story by Jake Eccleston, Reporter
Growing up, I was one of those children who always enjoyed a good Disney movie. One that stood out in my mind as being my all-time favorite was “The Jungle Book.” What is not to love about a group of jungle animals rearing a human “man cub”? 318 more words