Mickey’s all old now so Cartoon Corner lists the Top 10 shorts from Mickey’s new show. ENJOY
Welcome to the mind of the Visual Effects Artist known as Joshua George and prepare to find out the true meaning of ART!! ENJOY
This is a short documentary that Whyboy was tasked to produce during school. He decided to do it on a close friend of his that works for the Toronto VFX company Playfight. Enjoy as Josh recounts his journey to being the VFX Kid he is today.
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Never refuse a wizard’s call to adventure. You’ll be sorry.
This is a short film that I had been working on the past week for the MAD 2018 48-Hour Film Challenge. My group were given 48 hours to produce a short film and were given a genre, prop, a line of dialogue and a type of hero to incorporate.
We got the reluctant hero for our focus so I developed a story of a reluctant hero refusing his quest because of an annoying wizard named Wizo. Unfortunately, our group didn’t win our category but still very proud of the final result and hope to expand Call of the Wizard into a full version of a comedic short film. Until that comes to fruition here is Call of the Wizard. ENJOY
Season 9, Episode 344.
The Hero is joined by Writrzblok to take on a movie that’s anything but super…
Whyboy unveils his award-winning 2-minute short LACED TO DEATH! Find out why you should fear velcro. ENJOY
This is a short film that I had been working on the past week for the MAD 2017 48-Hour Film Challenge. Me and my group were given 48 hours to produce a short film and were given a genre, prop, character and line of dialogue to incorporate.
What we ended up with is a story of a velcro obsessed killer stalking his next victim. I was the video editor on the project and was very happy with the results but what made this even cooler was that our group won the Horror category for the whole challenge. Very happy right now and just want mine and my team’s work to be up for all to say. So hope you enjoy watching Laced To Death.
The 2018 film Upgrade discusses so many themes of human-computer integration, artificial intelligence, and the age-old concept of the cybernetic uprising. So much happens that it honestly feels like is Upgrade a prequel to the Matrix?