First off, I want to say that I really like Tim Burton. I enjoy his art, and his film making. The creepy and likable characters that he creates appeals to me. One of my favorite movies is The Nightmare Before Christmas. It was a visual delight.
About a month ago, I saw the trailer for The Corpse Bride and my jaw hit the floor. I thought that it was Nightmare again.
I can’t wait to see this film.
Here is a link to an article talking about the process and the equipment used in making this. I was surprised that they used Canon SLRs and Macs for editing and that is it, no CGI. Awesome.
‘Bride’ Stripped Bare
Technologically, this is a movie of many firsts; itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s the first feature-length, stop-motion film edited using Apple Final Cut Pro (FCP), itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s the first feature shot using commercial digital SLR still photography cameras and, perhaps most significantly, itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s the first movie to choose digital cameras over film cameras based on the criterion of image quality.
This looks like it will be a great resource if you are into photography of any sort.
Camera Hacks is a brand new community website to share information in the form of original tips, tricks, tutorials, and links to useful webpages for everyone with a cameraÃ¢â‚¬â€it doesnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t matter if it is a 35mm, medium format, digital, pinhole, or some other sort of camera, in other words.
Over the past year, I have become a regular reader of PVP. Scott has a knack for writing, and capturing a feeling as you are looking at the art.
Well, he has dusted off the PVP Christmas Special and it is definatly worth a read.
I want to congratulate Bill Luhtala on his win with “work in progress…”. There were a lot of good choices, and I am sure it was hard to pick just one…
It was a fun contest, and I really enjoyed having an image in the running.
You can find out more information, as well as other contestants that were high on the cut list over at The Gimp
The folks over at The Gimp are running a contest to pick the next splash screen that appears when you run the program. There are a ton of splash screens there, and some really good ones too.
I choose a homage to Norman Rockwell. Norman is one of my favorite painters, and it just seemed right to work up an image with him in mind.
Currently there is a voting process to pick everyones favorite, so if you feel so inclined: Please go and vote (Please vote for who you want really. You can vote for more than one too)
Previously, Blender, the opensource 3d, modeling package also held splash screen contest and there are a lot of interesting images there too.