The Parkour Motion Reel shows that with a little post-production, a lot of drawing ability, and a ton of patience, you can create something truly unique that brings a few simple sheets of folded paper to life:
Field Notes are memo books â€œworth fillinâ€™ up with good informationâ€.
One way to order them is through a yearly subscription, which includes a new color every three months, and to celebrate the first year of Field Notes COLORS, Coudal Partners put together a pretty cool stop motion video that shows one year of Field Notes memo books transitioning through the seasons:
Ataque de Panico! (Panic Attack) is a film from Fede Alvarez, an until-now-unknown producer from Uruguay who claims to have made the short for about $300.
Cue the internetâ€™s viral machine, and 1.5 million views later, Fede has been given an offer from Ghost House Pictures to make a feature-length film for a slightly larger budget of around $30 million.
Howâ€™s that for ROI?
You must admit though, for $300, the guyâ€™s definitely got some talent:
Lucas Martell must have been channeling some serious Pixar vibes when he worked on his latest short, because Pigeon: Impossible is an impressive piece of animation.
The story is about a rookie secret agent who faces with a problem seldom covered in basic training: what to do when a curious pigeon gets trapped inside your multi-million dollar, government-issued nuclear briefcase.