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Animals Dancing to Salt-n-Pepa's 'Push It'

HASHTAG World Cup:

Quintin_Stone wrote:

Stupid not-sure-which-page-I'm-on-bug

It's not a bug, it's a feature.

Bonus_Eruptus wrote:

Perhaps I can pass your message on to the one known as doogiemac, if certain concessions are made. Are you landed gentry? Do you swear fealty to me?

Sounds like I should swear fealty to doogiemac, cut out the middleman. You shouldn't have shown your hand.

As mother to a girl of a certain age, I found this hilarious:

(You might not want to play it too loudly at work, I suppose.)

Ranger Rick wrote:
Bonus_Eruptus wrote:

Perhaps I can pass your message on to the one known as doogiemac, if certain concessions are made. Are you landed gentry? Do you swear fealty to me?

Sounds like I should swear fealty to doogiemac, cut out the middleman. You shouldn't have shown your hand.

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So there's this comedy series about a fake reality TV star that, well, kinda goes a bit crazy after the credits roll.

It was picked up by Ben Stiller's production company for its second season, resulting in the following extremely awesome pick-your-own-adventure episode.

Edit: Okay that whole channel is pretty awesome. Here is another.

Wow, this is just insane! Awesome, intense, and insane!

Mighty impressive for a fan created video.

AmazingZoidberg wrote:
Quintin_Stone wrote:

Stupid not-sure-which-page-I'm-on-bug

It's not a bug, it's a feature.

You're a feature!

No, wait. You're a bug!

Quintin_Stone wrote:
AmazingZoidberg wrote:
Quintin_Stone wrote:

Stupid not-sure-which-page-I'm-on-bug

It's not a bug, it's a feature.

You're a feature!

No, wait. You're a bug!

A Decapodian actually, but I can see how you would make that mistake.

(Use headphones if you're at the office or in front of your kids.)

Katy wrote:

(Use headphones if you're at the office or in front of your kids.)

That's incredible.

tuffalobuffalo wrote:

That's incredible.

I did wonder how long it took him to memorize that -- he appeared to be doing it without notes. And something like that wouldn't be easy to improvise.

This got... weird.

tanstaafl wrote:

OMG want want want!!!

How can that Lord Inquisitor team possibly think that Games Workshop will allow them to make any real progress on their piece? The internet is littered with the corpses of Warhammer and 40k fan projects that were crushed by the One True Source.

I was assuming it was a fan-made trailer for some kind of official project, because the voicing was so good.

I wouldn't read too much into the Inquisitor piece. It was most likely a team of animators, modelers, and lighters (who happen to be 40K fans) putting together something awesome to showcase their skills.

Yes, but he does seem to be serious about it. Here's the original trailer from a while back

And from the official site

The Philosophy behind this project is to make a short visual tribute to the world of Warhammer 40.000 created by Games Workshop®. This universe they created is that huge, that it is basically not posible to make a movie showing all aspects of the world of the 41st millenium.
However, in today’s time the possibilities for creating more or less photorealistic images and animation with the help of computer power has become more and more easily to access for individuals, that it is possible for a single person to create and visualise a specific vision he/she got in mind.

Because I’m a 3D artist and love reading Warhammer 40.000 books, I decided to create a short animation about this universe and its characters. Of course, this is totally unofficial and non-commercial; it’s just a project from a fan for fans. However, as most people of the W40k world know, it is not allowed to make movies about Warhammer 40.000 – but because this is all completely done in 3D (CGI), it’s an animation and therefore has other legal apsects as declared on the website of Games Workshop:
“We would probably not have a problem with anyone creating animations based upon our intellectual property – as long as there is no commercial connection to that creation. Again, please be careful of the language used and the topics discussed.”

Because of that I consider my project as legal and tolerated by Games Workshop, and hopefully it will stay like that until it is finished.

This short animation and its progress is totally free for everyone to watch, and I don’t want to earn a single cent for making it. This is just my CGI passion I want to share with all fans who love Warhammer 40.000