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…It’s Movie Monday: Sorry I’m Late?

Sorry I'm Late

Sorry I’m Late is a fantastic stop motion from Tomas Mankovsky that tells the tale of one man’s journey home and his harrowing adventures along the way.

After watching the movie, be sure to check out the ‘Making Of’ area for some fantastic behind the scenes info as well.

[Sorry I’m Late]

…It’s Movie Monday: The Seed?

The Seed

Johnny Kelly’s ‘The Seed’ uses a combination of stop motion, papercraft and 2D animation to create a short that shows the fantastic journey a seed goes through from birth to death to birth again.

You can watch the movie HERE, but also be sure to check out the making of video below, as well as the Flickr Photo Set of Johnny’s work.

[Nexus Productions]

[Via: Like Cool]

…Electrabel’s 2008 Pixilation was beautiful?

Electrabel 2008 Pixilation

Electrabel decided to say goodbye to 2008 in a beautiful way with a fantastic pixilation that was made with more than 288,000 individual candles, a lot of time, and a ton of creativity. Enjoy:

And if you’d like top see how they did it, check out the fantastic making-of video as well, though unfortunately it’s French with Dutch subtitles, so you may just have to guess at what they’re saying:

[Via: Drawn!]

…The Bugatti Veyron is beautiful?

The Bugatti Veyron is in a class all its own. 1001 horsepower, 16 cylinders and 4 turbos, just to name a few of the in your dreams features. Though this making of video is in a language that I unfortunately don’t understand, I do understand the universal language of love, and I do love the Veyron. Whether you understand what’s being said or not, the visuals and the audials are enough to get the point across, this is no ordinary car.

[Via: GT Spirit]

…LineRider is still riding lines?

It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything regarding LineRider (probably because the fad is all but over), but it’s hard to ignore a clip like this. Called Discarded, it’s made by a YouTube user named TechDawg, and I think it’s hands down one of the most innovative and interesting tracks to date. Plus, he was even kind enough to create a “making of” video for all of us who wonder, “How do they do that?”.

[TechDawg]

[Via: Kotaku]