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Watched Son of Batman last night, pretty decent - ridiculous amount of dry Batman humor though lol.

I swear I’ve been studying animation from a far for a while now and now when I watch these joints I literally view them in storyboard and pencil test mode simultaneously with the end product; I can almost see the artist notes and sketches in it’s early stages, cool experience to be honest.

Here are some of my favorite stills:

 I saw this after I watched last night’s episode of Arrow where it was almost an entirely Slade centered episode, so it was cool to see him get owned in this film.

I love Commissioner Gordon, coolest cat in Gotham.

Nice little Two-Face and Joker cameo in the Arkham Asylum scene.

Damian vs Deathstroke was almost like Obi Wan vs Anakin in episode 3, loved the animation in the battle sequence.


This 745-foot aerial sculpture stretched along the Vancouver waterfront at TED2014. The net-like design, created by artist Janet Echelman, was made from a fiber called Spectra, which is 15 times stronger than steel. 
Passersby could use their cell phones to manipulate the lights, a trick set up by Google’s Aaron Koblin. "The lighting on the sculpture is actually a giant website," he says. “It’s one huge Google Chrome window spread across five HD projectors.” 
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This 745-foot aerial sculpture stretched along the Vancouver waterfront at TED2014. The net-like design, created by artist Janet Echelman, was made from a fiber called Spectra, which is 15 times stronger than steel. 
Passersby could use their cell phones to manipulate the lights, a trick set up by Google’s Aaron Koblin. "The lighting on the sculpture is actually a giant website," he says. “It’s one huge Google Chrome window spread across five HD projectors.” 
See how the art was made »
Learn about the technology behind it »
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This 745-foot aerial sculpture stretched along the Vancouver waterfront at TED2014. The net-like design, created by artist Janet Echelman, was made from a fiber called Spectra, which is 15 times stronger than steel. 
Passersby could use their cell phones to manipulate the lights, a trick set up by Google’s Aaron Koblin. "The lighting on the sculpture is actually a giant website," he says. “It’s one huge Google Chrome window spread across five HD projectors.” 
See how the art was made »
Learn about the technology behind it »
Zoom Info

This 745-foot aerial sculpture stretched along the Vancouver waterfront at TED2014. The net-like design, created by artist Janet Echelman, was made from a fiber called Spectra, which is 15 times stronger than steel. 

Passersby could use their cell phones to manipulate the lights, a trick set up by Google’s Aaron Koblin. "The lighting on the sculpture is actually a giant website," he says. “It’s one huge Google Chrome window spread across five HD projectors.” 

See how the art was made »

Learn about the technology behind it »

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