The word “melodramatic” is hardly adequate to describe these titles, yet the word “awesome” is barely sufficient.
The new British show has received much acclaim for its re-imagining of Mary Shelley’s monster myth. Here’s how some of the expansive background work was put together.
In an effort to master circle transitions, this artist chose to create and animate a series of recognizable masks. Not only is the design work impressive but I believe the circle transitions have been mastered in style!
This music video is a slow burner, but once you get two minutes in (and begin wincing at the amount of grass burn this guy must have gotten shooting this video), it gets interesting.
Whether or not this particular watch could survive a reentry from orbit (I suspect not, sorry Casio) it’s a gorgeously produced fantasy.
Making an opener for a tv talent show presents a lush opportunity to play with depictions of oddball antics and fun feats. Here’s a recent example of how something so amusing can take shape.
The Berlin-based group used an imprecise process to capture the images needed to create 3D models of the featured character in this series of surreal vignettes. The resulting vagueness of detail is a suitable accompaniment to such an eccentric track.
A craggy wasteland is visited by a flying egg-orb only to become stranded in the desolate terrain. The native knuckle-draggers realize this is something special when it starts blinking, so they place it in full view of another planet, presumably earth!