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A new friend! Heidi! Neat. ANYHOO, since I got that Pinocchio comic happening a week and some days from now, Gunshow updates will change to be on Tuesday and Thursday instead, since Pinocchio will be M-W-F. That way you get something every day of the week, and two things on Wednesday (BACK). So yeah. Not next week but the week after, Gunshow will be Tuesdays and Thursdays. Okay. Good hustle team!!

gunshowcomic:

the frog you are trying to reach is currently unavailable 

A new friend! Heidi! Neat. ANYHOO, since I got that Pinocchio comic happening a week and some days from now, Gunshow updates will change to be on Tuesday and Thursday instead, since Pinocchio will be M-W-F. That way you get something every day of the week, and two things on Wednesday (BACK). So yeah. Not next week but the week after, Gunshow will be Tuesdays and Thursdays. Okay. Good hustle team!!

Guardians of The Galaxy UI Reel from Territory on Vimeo.

Showreel covering Territory’s UI concepts, design and animation for both on-set playback and VFX shots for Marvel Studio’s 2014 blockbuster, Guardians of the Galaxy.

territorystudio.com/work/motion/?p=GuardiansOfTheGalaxy

Territory Credits -
Creative Director: David Sheldon-Hicks
Motion Designers: Peter Eszenyi, Nick Hill, Ryan Rafferty-Phelan, Marti Romances, Martin Aggerholm, Yugen Blake, Jay Dingle, Gabor Ekes, Ryan Jefferson Hays, David Penn, Alasdair Willson
Font Designer: Lee Fasciani

Playback Credits -
Compuhire

Marvel Credits -
Director: James Gunn
Production Designer: Charles Wood
Set Decoration: Richard Roberts
Art Director: Alan Payne
VFX Supervisor: Stephane Ceretti
VFX Producer: Susan Pickett

Reel Credits -
Edit: Cristina Casanova, Marti Romances
Sound Design: Zelig Sound

© 2014 Marvel Guardians of the Galaxy

NeXT Computer Introduction 1988 from Keith Ohlfs on Vimeo.

In 1988 when Steve Jobs unveiled the NeXT Computer at Davies Hall in San Francisco, he pulled back the veil and the computer introduced itself with this animation. I created the animation using Display Postscript, and Steve wrote the text. As far as I know that animation was never published. I recently dusted off the animation and converted it to a video file. I was going to send it to him, but he passed away before I could. Steve was a huge inspiration in my life and his passion for uncompromising form and function has shaped my vision for the future of design and technology. He will be missed.

Martin Scorsese - The Art of Silence from Tony Zhou on Vimeo.

WARNING: SPOILERS for Shutter Island (2010), Superman (1978) and Man of Steel (2013)

Even though Martin Scorsese is famous for his use of music, one of his best traits is his deliberate and powerful use of silence. Take a glimpse at fifty years of this simple technique from one of cinema’s masters.

For educational purposes only. You can follow me at twitter.com/tonyszhou

For bringing this idea to my attention, credit goes to John Pozer: twitter.com/Pozervision
Transcript of an interview with Scorsese about silence (& other things): 1.usa.gov/1lAq00I
Video of an interview with sound designer Randy Thom: bit.ly/1qOkbwQ

A Brief Look at Texting and the Internet in Film from Tony Zhou on Vimeo.

Is there a better way of showing a text message in a film? How about the internet? Even though we’re well into the digital age, film is still ineffective at depicting the world we live in. Maybe the solution lies not in content, but in form.

For educational purposes only. You can follow me at twitter.com/tonyszhou

Here are three short films that take place on your desktop
Internet Story (2010): youtu.be/g-SL4ejpP94
Noah (2013): vimeo.com/81257262
Transformers: the Premake (2014): youtu.be/dD3K1eWXI54

Music:
Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross - In Motion (from The Social Network)
David Arnold & Michael Price - On the Move (from Sherlock)
Daft Punk - End of Line (from Tron: Legacy)
Al Hirt - Green Hornet Theme (from Kill Bill Vol. 1)

Skylines III: Point Cloud City from Patricio Gonzalez Vivo on Vimeo.

Part of the creative process of Skylines art installation patriciogonzalezvivo.com/2014/skylines/

Made using openFrameworks ( here is the addon github.com/patriciogonzalezvivo/ofxStreetView ) and google street view.

It was printed in postcards revealing the invisible information of a city that is otherwise trapped inside corporate databases, freeing private information collected from public spaces.
Photos of the making here: flickr.com/photos/106950246@N06/

Music: what else is new? by Art of Flying (facebook.com/pages/Art-of-Flying/369723333080300)