Eclectic Infinities

This obscurely titled blog covers my eclectic interests and occasional activities in pen-and-paper role-playing games, board games, computer games, and probably other things besides. For historical wargaming activities, see the blog maintained by my alter-ego, The Wishful Wargamer.

Tuesday, 10 May 2011

Big Blue Hippy Cats

One of the things I'm interested in is Computer Generated Art, particularly animation. I think this stems from first seeing stop frame surrealist animations by Jan Svankmeyer when I was at university, the kind of thing that somehow is still coming out of eastern Europe (particularly), but in a slightly more sophisticated guise.

Anyway, the following is more West Country than Eastern Europe and is a clever take on big budget CG movies, teenage callowness and whatnot. What is amazing is how lifelike it is and yet it's all 'just' CG.


Greg Mutt: Avatar Review from Audiomotion Studios on Vimeo.

Impresses me every time I see it. "Marrowbone." "Sweet!"

Out.

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