This is a French documentary series that I (and I'm sure that all of you too) was unaware about. It's pretty obscure too. I was looking for its name and I couldn't find it until theferretman21 (https://www.deviantart.com/theferretman21) showed me. It's called Ancient Earth and the CGI in it looked awesome. So I downloaded it. I'm a torrent guy in case you don't know. Except for my fav franchises like king kong or walking with dinosaurs and especially Jurassic Park. But yeah, I downloaded it. There were a total of six episodes. The first three were absolute shit. It looked like a 5-year-old was taught how to use CGI. And the models looked ugly. My reaction to that absolutely horrific d
A follow up to my last journal about YouTube's new policy about Kid-content and monetization. Well, YouTube has revealed more information on the situation. And thankfully, some (keyword: some) of it does sound good. Other information........ yeeeeeaaaaaaa, I'll get to that later.
For starters, as the video states, YouTube and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) are giving creators the OPTION to choose if your video is aimed specifically towards children or not. You heard me right! I kinda like this feature, and I'm actually shocked YouTube didn't do something like this before. YouTube is actually letting us choose if our content is meant for
You've ever seen those crossover fan-recreations of movies, scenes, TV episodes or music videos? If not here's a playlist that is the most notable ones: [link]
My favorites are Band Geeks and the Be Prepared reanimated. Though do you have any potential ideas for a reanimated collab?
I have a few I could think of.
Toy Story or any other Pixar Film(Any scene you want)
Anastasia(In the Dark of the Night, though in each shot that features Rasputin would be a different villain, mostly whoever artist's most favorite villain, but no repeats)
Jurassic Park (Any scene you want, though they did technically did scene recreations for the film's 25th ann