Her er en liten video satt sammen av gamle ting vi har lagd sammen.
«An outlaw, El Topo challenges the invincible Four Masters of the Desert for the love of a woman. He defeats them, achieving a higher level of consciousness until his woman betrays him. Starting a new existence as a holy man, El Topo undertakes the liberation of a community of outcasts.»
First you need a object to use texture on. Create a new file, save with a reasonable name somewhere you can easily find it. Delete the cube and add/mesh/plane. Save again.
Go to context menu. Select material. Click new. Give it a logical name. Open the Surface tab, click the little circle on the right side of base color. Choose image texture. Click open image and find the image you want to use. I have placed the image file in a directory with the Blender file. Save again.
Render the image. Be proud of yourself!
P.S. Can`t find the image file? Try rendering as a one frame animation.
Hei. Flott vær, ikke sant? Vi snakker om de tre første episodene av Orville og vi snakker om det å innlede smalltalk, på fest eller i butikken, med fremmede og folk du ikke kjenner så godt.
Liker du ikke Soundcloud kan du lytte her:
Rune har lurt med Jørgen på en episode fra Star Trek – Voyager hvor temaet er isolasjon. Alle på romskipet føler et ubehag og hvor er nå alle stjernene blitt av?
Vi snakker til sist om ting vi har absorbert siden sist (typisk film og serier).
Press play on TAPE.
China is such a large market that they can produce blockbusters that are hardly shown in the rest of the world. There are 4 Chinese movies, so far in 2018, that has performed better than the first foreign movie on the list (Avengers: Infinity War). 2 of them looks particularly interesting.
«Hello Mr. Billionaire» is based on the book «Brewster’s Millions» by George Barr McCutcheon. This book has been made into a Hollywood movie before with Richard Pryor and John Candy in the lead roles and several times before that as well.
Dying to Survive (original title: Wo bu shi yao shen) has a score of 8.2 of 10 on IMDb and the story seems interesting. «A story on how a small drug store owner became the exclusive selling agent of a cheap Indian generic drug against Chronic Granulocytic Leukemia in China.»
Have you seen any Chinese movies this year? Please write about it in the comments-section below!
Beyond Existence is a short science fiction film produced by a 21 year old film student from Vancouver, Canada.
Jack Chen is in his last year at Emily Carr University of Art and Design and the film is his grad project. He tells us he’s always been a fan of the sci-fi/cyberpunk genre and have made short films and photography in these genres in the past.
One of the main inspirations of the film comes from a story written by American science fiction author Isaac Asimov called «The last question» – which also explores the limits of humanity’s existence in relation to the vast universe.
Other inspirations include classic sci-fi films such as Blade Runner, Akira and 2001: A Space Odyssey. The idea of the film is also influenced by his intrigue in existentialism.
He often finds himself thinking about the nature of human existence and enjoy learning about existential ideas from philosophers such as Camus and Sartre.
You can support his film via crowdfunding here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/beyond-existence-short-scifi-film/#/
Rune og Jørgen tar deg med på en ferd til den fantastiske planeten. Eller enda mer korrekt: den ville planeten. Hva er det med de blå vesnene? Hva driver de med? Hva er Terra Cotta? Bli med og følg oss på reisen.