It’s been a little bit longer than I had originally planned (the idea is to produce these videos at a faster rate) but yesterday I recorded and edited the second episode in a series of videos for Danish videogame developer betaDwarf.
If the first video introduced you to some of the dwarfs working, at that moment, in a small space at the University of Aalborg in Denmark, this new episode has CEO Steffen Grønning showing you their new offices: an awesome house full of concept art everywhere you look that is fifty times more cozy than the former. Heck, just the kitchen itself has received a tremendous upgrade! It also gives programmers a new meaning for the term “caving” as you will see.
Once again I have to thank all of betaDwarf for giving me this opportunity that is definitely helping me improve my skills with the camera and editing, as well as learning how an indie videogame company runs (they recently had their first anniversary!)
So go ahead and enjoy the video in all its HD glory! And don’t forget to leave any comments and suggestions on what you want to see for the next episode!
Once upon a time I, and only me alone, created a short movie called….
Uhh… Ok, I’ll admit this one is not my short movie even though had I still been in Pamplona I would have died to give as much of a helping hand in it as possible.
This is “No es País para Zombies” (No Country for Zombies), my friend Andoni’s latest work and what I think will be for quite some time his best project to beat for himself.
While I wasn’t in Pamplona to help him do it, unlike with the movie Conspiración Roswell, I was still able to help a little bit with a few things even from Copenhagen.
So what is this about? I’d rather not tell so you can watch it right here . Enjoy!
Some people make some amazing stuff. Then some Japanese guy MAXES IT OUT TO ITS FULLEST!
Who hasn’t played with LEGO? Well, this Japanese guy made the most impressive moving LEGO set I have ever seen (admittedly combining it with non-LEGO pieces).
It is seriously worth giving it a look, even if you don’t watch the entire video just look at the first part. You will be really impressed. Or I’ll eat my shoe.
Have you ever heard of Rebecca Black? How about the music video “Friday”?
No? You haven’t?
Don’t worry. You haven’t missed much, other than the fact that the Internet can sometimes become a craziness of instant fame. And not always in a good way.
This is the tale of Rebecca Black, a girl who was inspired by teen pop sensation (with an equal amount of both fans and haters) Justin Bieber. She is quite a good singer, has a nice voice (as you will be able to see later on in the last video), but she ended up recording one of the most hilariously awful music videos ever.
Don’t believe me? Watch below!
Rebecca Black’s “Friday” original music video:
“Gotta make my mind which seat I can take”? "Today is Friday, tomorrow is Saturday and Sunday comes after"? I mean, I’ve heard some really pointless teen song lyrics, but that doesn’t make the fact that this is laughably bad any further from the truth.
Somehow that video went viral. It spread around the web like wildfire. And it also received a lot of extremely negative reactions.
And with negative reaction comes the parodies. Parodies like this one:
Aaaahhh…. the magic of the Internet! You see, Rebecca Black’s original video is, as of this writing, almost 40 million views! In only one month! Talk about instant fame!
The girl seems to be taking it quite well though. Look at her on ABC news! And yes, she sings without any sort of vocal enhancements this time, and she actually sings quite well.
Too bad that her reputation is probably now down forever… But at least you got extremely rich in the process! (She sells her single on iTunes).
First of all, yeah, I know I haven’t updated in quite a while. But there is a reason for that (I want to post Andoni Garrido’s latest short movie, but with English subtitles).
Secondly, it is very hard to concentrate sometimes in class when the person next to you is watching a video in which every 5 seconds you want to jump out of your seat.
So seriously, if you want to feel the thrill for some minutes, watch the following video compilation from Youtube user N0bodyyy of the luckiest moments of the year. Everything from almost being squashed by a train to avoiding falling to your death as in the picture above.