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(Optimal Human Modulation) Video Visually stunning art video of nude archetypal imagery based on symbols from the zodiac rendered through CGI and you already clicked at the word nude so there's no point in writing anything else. (PG-13ish)   (optimalhumanmodulation.com) divider line 12
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2014-03-25 09:14:32 AM  
Looks like Poser.  Which means it sucks - too synthetic, uncanny valley kind of thing.  The lighting looks like off the shelf half-assed radiosity.  The particle stuff was equally canned.  The music sounds like a rejected mod from the 1980's.  Lots of stock objects for whatever effen reason.  It did have some nice decaying orbits.  Which is like, what, 5 minutes of python?  Just guessing, x*x + y*y = r * 1/(T-t)

I'm in a real bad mood.
 
2014-03-25 09:22:24 AM  
kitsch as kitsch can
 
2014-03-25 09:58:39 AM  
Trailer for the latest Tom Cruise movie?

Pointless bullshiat of random images. High school profound.
 
2014-03-25 10:07:32 AM  
Yeah, that was quite pedestrian.  If you're going to render CGI, why have quick cuts?  And the soundtrack was lame.

Keep trying though, someday you'll have something watchable.
 
2014-03-25 10:33:38 AM  

RaceBoatDriver: Looks like Poser.  Which means it sucks - too synthetic, uncanny valley kind of thing.  The lighting looks like off the shelf half-assed radiosity.  The particle stuff was equally canned.  The music sounds like a rejected mod from the 1980's.  Lots of stock objects for whatever effen reason.  It did have some nice decaying orbits.  Which is like, what, 5 minutes of python?  Just guessing, x*x + y*y = r * 1/(T-t)

I'm in a real bad mood.


Yeah it wasn't bad...for the late 90's. Reminded me of the Mind's Eye series of early CGI short compilations set to new agey music and themes. Maybe a bit more interesting and smooth.

/I really liked Beyond the Mind's Eye as a kid.
 
2014-03-25 11:34:00 AM  
Random scenes are random.
 
2014-03-25 01:16:14 PM  

RaceBoatDriver: Looks like Poser.  Which means it sucks - too synthetic, uncanny valley kind of thing.  The lighting looks like off the shelf half-assed radiosity.  The particle stuff was equally canned.  The music sounds like a rejected mod from the 1980's.  Lots of stock objects for whatever effen reason.  It did have some nice decaying orbits.  Which is like, what, 5 minutes of python?  Just guessing, x*x + y*y = r * 1/(T-t)

I'm in a real bad mood.


Well, my first thought was "Somebody got a pack of poser models and went crazy"

The decaying orbits thing with the yin and yang had one thing that bugged me.... the lines for both were black, instead of white and black. It kind of ruined the symmetry.

Overall, it looked like a mess... something a student turns in at art school after an all-nighter, realizing he hadn't done a thing after having three months to make something, and now has 12 hours to finish it.
 
2014-03-25 03:08:24 PM  
 
2014-03-25 07:14:18 PM  
Suddenly, a four-armed Mickey Mouse (at 1:40).  What does it mean?
 
2014-03-25 08:40:58 PM  

evilsofa: Suddenly, a four-armed Mickey Mouse (at 1:40).  What does it mean?


It means Flight MH 370 landed at Disney Mumbai's Space Mountain ride and all the passengers are still waiting to be found there.
 
2014-03-25 09:36:53 PM  
 
2014-03-26 08:28:15 AM  
I remember this level from Far Cry 3
 
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