Calvin and Hobbes – “what the 16-bit video game could have been” (Sega Genesis or Atari ST version)
(all rights reserved Bill Watterson)
Cast: VINET Johan
A short PXLFLX pixel art animation video for your Halloween! Much more content on the way! Have a pixel art request? Let me know my pixel people! Like, share, and subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=PXLFLX
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1500 hours of moving legobricks and take photos of them.
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Have you ever met someone who was really attractive and also seemed very interested in you, but when you started talking there was absolutely no chemistry?
That was my experience with 53 Pencil.
The 53 Pencil stylus is a beautiful design, but as you may already know, beauty is only skin deep.
Part of the disappointment was my own misunderstanding, but I think it’s a misunderstanding that is intentional spread. When I read stylus package that says it has a ‘surface pressure’ feature, I understand that to mean it has a ‘pressure sensitivity’, but of course it doesn’t.
Since that was the key feature I was looking for it was a major let-down to learn that it wasn’t available in this stylus.
For some workflows I could see this stylus working just fine, I like the way they’ve integrated palm rejection, finger smearing and a built in eraser, but that’s not enough to cancel out my disappointment in the lack of pressure sensitivity.
Back to the utilitarian but comfortable design of a wacom stylus I guess.
Unfortunately it looks like 53 Paper has no interest in supporting the Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus in their otherwise beautiful app.
Big Thank You to Captain Cookie222 for making the pixel art,all I did was record it and edit it. So give him more credit than me.
I DO NOT OWN THE LIVING TOMBSTONE NOR THE MUSIC CREATED BY THEM IN THIS VIDEO!
Video Rating: / 5
The process of creating character animation for our game “Adam’s Nightmare” in four minutes
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Created by: Nicos Livesey
Directed by: Nicos Livesey & Tom Bunker
Executive Producer: Harry Hill
Producers: Posy Dixon, Dan Keefe, Nicos Livesey
Lead 2D Animator: Blanca Martinez De Rituerto
2D Animation: Tom Bunker, Elisa Ciocca, Anne-Lou Erambert, Duncan Gist, Dan Hamman, Nicos Livesey, James Martin, Azusa Nakagawa, Nuno Neves, Joe Sparkes, Joe Sparrow, James Turzynski
3D Animation & Modelling: Luke Howell, Sam Munnings
Rostrum Camera Operators: Stefan Iyapah, Michalis Livesey, Theo Nunn
Embroidery Department: Liz Barlow, Rosy Maddison, Julia Owen, Victor Jakalfabet
Head Of Embroidery: Jen Newman
Interns: Daniela Alvarez, Daniel Matczak, Annalotta Pauly, Polina Sologub, Anna Streit, Lynn Yun, Jennifer Zheng
Sound Design: Alex Pieroni
Song: Throne “Tharsis Sleeps”
Graphic Design: Toby Evans
Digitzing: Tim Gomersall, Nicos Livesey
Supported By: Brother Sewing UK
A Lucky Features production in collaboration with Channel 4 & Dazed Digital
Special Thanks to: Steve Bliss, Martina Bramkamp, Amy Leverton, Ebru Oz, Clapham Road Studio, Kickstarter & All Our Backers.
Sponsored by: Bosh, Madeira Threads, Mother, Orta Anadolu, Wilcom Embroidery
A music video for “Ballad of Olof Johnson” by Trapper Schoepp. This classic 8-bit pixel animation takes inspiration from Oregon Trail and tells the true story of an ancestor who spent the winter in a hole in the ground in South Dakota.
Cast: Nathaniel Akin