Each frame in the animated movies we love comes from a lot of work that goes into perfecting the setting. Things would be pretty different if studios were on a tight time limit without much consideration to the quality. This website takes stills from famous multi million dollar movies and recreates them using the animation software Maya, but with a time line of only 30 minutes. The results, as you see, are formidable.
That does look absolutely delicious. We’ll just skip all the double entendres about eating hamburgers, but we’re sure you, dear reader, can do all that thinking yourself. Costs $40.
Well, that’s one way to look at it.
A beer. BevBuckle. Yep, you’re set. It’s surprising they ever made buckles any other way. Costs $35.
This superbly impressive set by Ditology creates a representation of famous figures on fingers. The resemblance they bear is mind blowing.
You know sh*t just got weird when trees start talking. You’re probably stoned out of your mind that moment, or happen to be at Hyde Park South, Sydney, getting a taste of a contemporary art installation by Craig Walsh. Named “Emergence” the installation’s highlight is mapping/projecting faces on the park’s trees.
The pinkie finger can be the true warrior, and the most fearsome one. It’s only natural that it wear the Dragonborn Helmet to flout its kickass status as a dragon slayer. The finger helmet is the work of artist Alisa Maskaeva.