This fan film from Iron Horse Cinema Productions is pretty well made. It starts off with a really nice style and production quality but I just didn’t really feel a connection to the characters, and definitely no where near the level I did when playing the game. Still, it is very good for a fan film.
I enjoyed playing PaperBoy as a kid but I don’t know if I ever managed to get good enough to get past the second week. If I played it like this then I am sure I would have put in enough time playing to get good enough to!
Check out the Engadget article for more information.
Coran Stone has created some brilliant art recreating your favorite characters as seen in a new light. As well as the ideas being great the actual art and final compositions are amazing.
Check out more of Stone’s work over DeviantArt.
Here is the CreativeVisualArt article that introduced me to Stone’s work.
I’ve never played this game properly yet but I love World Of Illusion, which was the sequel to this, and spent many hours playing the co-op with my grandparents and uncle during my childhood so I’m sure I will love this game too. It’s interesting listening to the thoughts and processes behind redeveloping this classic Sega Mega Drive game, but I am torn on the outcome. I love my retro games and would love to see it remastered sticking more to the 2D style, a bit like the recent Raymond games.
Thank you Edge Online for the link.
This interesting arty video shows a selection from more than 200.000 pictures taken by the Cassini Spacecraft around Saturn’s Rings in a period between 2004 and 2012. I do enjoy the way it has been edited and set to the music but it would also be nice to see a move sedate version to enjoy the images in more detail a bit easier.
Check out the article over on Peta Pixel that showed me this video.
This trailer for a new stop motion animated series from Disney has a lovely style and feel to it, I’m looking forward to seeing some episodes.