Discussion in 'Thor: The Dark World' started by TheIrishAvenger, Apr 22, 2013.
^ Great job as always, Kane!
I might have to work on it again but so far it looks like this.
Kane dude, these are AWESOME. You're gonna have to show me how you do this this weekend while on superhero Skype, if you stay awake long enough lol
NIICE it works for me. Not so rough ending and starting
CRUD dang thing isn't moving
Try this one if you'd like. It has a smaller filesize.
Dang, nope. For some reason if it's not 79.1 kb it won't run.
Thanks bud, the storms knocked out Wifi here, having to use an old desktop. lol
she looks like she would of been a great wonder woman.
I love the gif with Marvel logo and the cape.
I do TOO! I wish I could make animated desktop wallpapers. I use that and try to animate the Dark World poster's lightning
I'm guessing this film is going to be in 3D judging by the graphics. I havent' heard but wouldn't surprise me.
The first one was so it was pretty much a lock that this one would be as well. I don't know if I'll be watching any more movies in 3D though, until someone gets really good reviews for that aspect.
I didn't know about the first one. I saw it on DVD 2D. But I think studios will continue to make them as long as they make money. Fast action is hard for me to watch in that mode.
Post-coverted 3D movies tend to make me sick. I only see 3D these days if it was intentionally filmed that way with 3D cameras.
Yes, they still bring in money so it's worth it, but I agree that 2D is better. Just the fact that the lack of focus on the background prevents me from deciding for myself what I'm looking at makes me choose 2D.
That's surprising. I didn't think you could tell the difference between the two if the post-conversion was done well. There are after all several filmmakers that seem to think that 3D cameras don't work well, like Joss Whedon who started out with that on The Avengers but changed his mind when the results came out bad and he saw what post-conversion can look like when done right.
This is dumb, but it cracked me up!