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Guest Dusty Lipschitz

the next big thing in graf... (after transcend)

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Guest imported_Tesseract

I like it as a film whatsoever, but apart from the 3d/direction skill i dont see the juice. Do you know something i dont? some info would be good.

The only thing i can suspect is that those are tags made with a flashlight on slow shutter speed...i know thats prolly not the case but thats something interesting...picassso did it in the 40's, he painted a big ass cow

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Guest imported_El Mamerro

If it's slow shutter speed, why don't the guys look ghosted and faded as they move their arms across? I'm wondering what the hell this is, there's no info on the site. Beer,

 

El Mamerro

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Guest imported_Tesseract

well fuck me if i know!!!

haha, thats why i said i'm preety sure that aint the case...it still looks like it more than anything else. Its preety obvious that the whole thing involves 3d grafx, multiple shots, virtual ed etc etc, so its not real clear what it is and how its done, info would be good.

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Guest imported_Tesseract

plus, the term 'airgraff' preety much describes the flashlight painting thing...enlighten as mr.Dusty

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Guest BROWNer

huh, pretty nifty and not a bad track to boot.

what the deal?

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Guest 455

nah,people will start rocking Gecko shirts or Hypercolor with neon caps sideways and hot pink Chuck Taylors........with light blue Gotcha drawstring pants..........equipped with a back pack of transparent colors and sharpies.

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Guest 455

Who cares about trends anyway?........better go out and cop that Tribal shirt before it gets outdated.......:rolleyes:

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