1. Berlin Block Tetris


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    An animation I made for Uni. Everything is made in After Effects without Plugins. The idea is based on a kind of parody of the former Socialist building style. They used to build whole cities where each house was designed identically to create cheap housing for workers. These ‘blocks’ were so similar that in Soviet times, you could easily wake up at a friends place in another city and still feel like you are in your flat. Even the furniture was the same.

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    • The Bricks Add-ons


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      What is Bricks? Bricks is a set of user interface components and elements united in 4 add-ons: Forms, Elements, E-commerce and Words. Beautiful and clear elements are easily combined with each other, as they are made in the same style. We have created for you hundreds of well-thought elements which will ideally fit your projects. View more here: http://designmodo.com/the-bricks-addons How does it work? Take the desired component. You can change its appearance, color and text according to your needs. Use the resulting component in your design. Created on 12-grid system, they like fit together like puzzles. We have also drawn for you over 150 of vector icons in terms of this pack. All of them were based on 16-pixel grid. Bricks. Take a break from routine and work on new ideas.

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      • LEGO City - The Big Chase


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        This Animation won 1st Place for the LEGO City Mini Movie Challenge! Turn up the volume & keep your eyes peeled or you are going to miss the chase on this one! Mini Movie created for LEGO with reference to the mini movie http://city.lego.com/en-us/Movies/Default.aspx. Created entirely by Meanlow Studio except the Music (Music by LEGO).

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        • THC- Now Dream


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          Directed by Brilliant Garcia & RJ Sanchez producedbythc.com

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          • Blender: Intro to Scripting in the Blender Game Engine - part 01


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            In this Blender 2.5 video tutorial series we will be going over the basics of how to use Python in the Blender Game Engine. In this first part we'll briefly go over the BGE python module, as well as taking a quick look at Logic Bricks and Game Physics. After that we'll get into the real meat of the tutorial and start writing our playerscript.py script to handle simple keyboard input and instantiate new objects at runtime. What is covered in this tutorial: - Basic introduction to the BGE module. - Brief explanation of Logic Bricks. - Brief explanation of Game Physics. - Catching and handling keyboard input. - Instantiating new objects at runtime.

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            • House with slipped down facade, Margate


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              See more architecture and design movies at dezeen.com/movies The facade of this house in the English seaside town of Margate appears to peel away from the rest of the building and slump down into the front yard. British designer Alex Chinneck created the installation - called From the Knees of my Nose to the Belly of my Toes - by removing the facade of a detached four-storey house that had been derelict for eleven years and replacing it with a brand new frontage that leaves the crumbling top storey exposed, then curves outwards so the bottom section lies flat in front of the house. "I just feel this incredible desire to create spectacles," Chinneck told Dezeen. "I wanted to create something that used the simple pleasures of humour, illusion and theatre to create an artwork that can be understood and enjoyed by any onlooker." Located on Godwin Road in the Cliftonville area of the town, the house had been acquired by the local council and earmarked for social housing, but nothing was due to happen to it for a year and the structure was in a dilapidated state. "There were barely any floorboards, it's very fire-damaged at the back and water-damaged at the front, and had fallen into ruin," said the designer. His installation reveals this dilapidated interior where the smart new facade falls away from the top floor. "I increasingly like that idea of exposing the truth and the notion of superficiality," he explained. "I didn't go into the project with that idea, but as it evolved I started to like that." Cliftonville is a district of Margate that used to be affluent, but like many seaside towns in the UK it has suffered with the changing patterns of holidaymakers. "It has social issues, it struggles with high levels of crime and the grand architecture has fallen into a fairly fatigued state," said Chinneck. In addition to causing delight when residents happen upon his intervention, the designer hopes to will draw visitors up the hill from the centre of Margate, where high-profile projects like the Turner Contemporary gallery by David Chipperfield are using culture as a tool for regeneration. "Cliftonville is a very poor area referred to as being 'up the hill', and the culture and the arrival of artists hasn't quite reached up the hill yet," he said. "I was drawn to Cliftonville because it's an area where the culture hasn't reached and I think public art too often forgets its responsibility to the public." "I like the idea of surprise," he added. "I never put signs on my work and I never give it any labels, so it does have this sense of mystery. It's positioned in a way that you don't see the artwork as you approach from either direction - you just see the hole in the top at first, so it's a series of discoveries and you have to walk around it." The designer initiated the project himself and spent twelve months convincing companies to help him realise the artwork. Everything was donated by ten different companies except the labour, which was done at cost and paid for buy the Arts Council. The installation itself came together in just six weeks by assembling prefabricated panels. The artwork will remain in place for a year, before the building is converted for use as housing. Film is by Hazeleigh Prebble: https://vimeo.com/hazeleighprebble

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              • Blender: Intro to Scripting in the Blender Game Engine - part 02


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                In this Blender 2.5 video tutorial series we will be going over the basics of how to use Python in the Blender Game Engine. In this second part we'll continue right where we left off and create the bullet's and obstacles' scripts so that the bullets will have an effect on the obstacles, depleting their health. We'll also be using the Fracture Object add-on to make objects with 0 HP fall into pieces. What is covered in this tutorial: - Setting and changing object properties. - Using the Touch and Sound sensors. - Using the Fracture add-on.

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                • EXPEDITION-ONE - BRICKYARD


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                  Welcome to the Brickyard, Expedition's new mini ramp. Rob Welsh was cookin' up something special for our Fall 2012 Line, and now we can show you all what it was. Our new decks and clothing are available now in the finest retailers worldwide. Follow our Expedition at: SITE: http://www.expedition-one.com FACEBOOK: facebook.com/EXPEDITIONONE TWITTER: twitter.com/expeditionone INSTAGRAM: @expeditionone

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                  • CL!CK: A LEGO Short Film


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                    Ever wonder where big ideas come from? If you're a fan of LEGO bricks, eureka moments, or guys with odd mustaches, you really should see this. Great ideas just CL!CK. http://www.legoclick.com

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                    • My Back Porch Guitar


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                      A B.B. King Museum web film

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