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Studio Bagel Retrouve toutes les vidéos du Studio Bagel en t'abonnant à la chaîne : Suis-nous sur Facebook : sur Twitter : Crédits : Réalisé par Ludoc Ecriture par Monsieur Poulpe et Alison Wheeler Avec Alison Wheeler, Monsieur Poulpe, Natoo, Marion Seclin, Gaël Mectoob, Alex Lutz, Bruno Sanchez, Gunther Love, Tom Dingler, Christophe Marotte, Lionel Laget, Bruno Leveque, Yakhouba Kanoute, Sebastien Lepeu, Theo Brassac, Arthur Lanne et Clément L'incruste. Assistants réalisateur : Yasmina ChambenoitChef Opérateur : Nadja AnanePrise de son : Vincent Da Silva et Geoffrey Mercier Décorateur : Pascal BertinAccessoiriste : Kevin Delefosse Renfort Deco : Reda Marie Styliste : Charline Graffeuil Maquillage : Marjolaine Vialle Régisseur : Stéphane Gleyo Stagiaire Image : Léo Bigiaoui Photographe Plateau : Pierre Morsard Making-of: Cyrille Bourrut-Lacouture

lore See what's next on Maker.TV ► Whetzel's got the origin story of The Legend of Zelda! Written by Phil: Voiced by Jimmy Whetzel: Animated by Edgar Nielsen: Transcript: 1985 saw the world completely enthralled in Nintendo's groundbreaking Super Mario Brothers, but its designer, Shigeru Miyamoto, was already hard at work on what would become his next masterpiece: The Legend of Zelda. Inspired by his childhood experiences of exploring forests and caves, Miyamoto teamed up with Takashi Tezuka to create a game that would impart a sense of freedom and wonder to the player - the complete opposite of Super Mario which relied heavily on high scores and arcade-style gameplay. Yet, with all its innovations, the Legend of Zelda still had one last revolutionary feature packed into the cartridge: game saving.

Creative Ad Awards - The World's Most Creative & Sophisticated Advertising 5 YouTube Channels to Learn Amazing Video Effects In the opening scene of 1997's Wild America, a young Jonathan Taylor Thomas nervously wades into a pool while his older brothers throw firecrackers at him. The guys are shooting a film, under the strict motto "Every Good Movie Needs an Explosion." Thomas, being the youngest, becomes the automatic stuntman. Thankfully, those kinds of stunts aren't necessary anymore for cool effects — we've got YouTube instead. Here at the office, we underwent the oh-so-strenous task of surfing the Internet to track down the best channels for DIY video effects (VFX) tutorials. Many use high-end programs, like Final Cut Pro and Adobe After Effects. Be warned: These guys make it look easy. 1. The skinny: Freddie Wong, known best by the Internet as "Freddie W," is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker and VFX artist. Wong also helped produce the 2010 horror "Z Movie" Bear. Programs covered: Adobe After Effects; Final Cut. Specialities: Action/Humor. Recommended tutorials: "Realistic Muzzle Flare" (above) "Beach Justice" : Les vidéos de Cyprien ! TeamFourStar Dragonball Z Abridged Parody follows the adventures of Goku, Gohan, Krillin, Piccolo, Vegeta and the rest of the Z Warriors as they gather Dragonballs and fight intergalactic evil. With the comedic writings of Lanipator, Takahata101, and KaiserNeko this may not be the DBZ you remember but TFS hopes you enjoy it all the same. How high can the Krillin Owned Count get? Who will be the next to go Super Saiyan? TeamFourStar is a group of voice actors, sound designers, musicians and entertainers based out of Texas. You can find more of our work on our website: us on Twitter: Facebook: And if you want to support us you can find us on Patreon at: Or you can buy some of our merch at: CAST (in order of appearance) CREWVoice DirectorSCOTT FRERICHS (KAISERNEKO) Main EditorSCOTT FRERICHS (KAISERNEKO) Assistant Editor Lawrence Simpson (MASAKOX) Additional Art

10 เว็บแจกภาพฟรีระดับ HD ไม่ติดลิขสิทธิ์ ขอบคุณข้อมูลจาก ในชีวิตจริง การหารูปภาพต่างๆมาใช้บรรยายข้อความหรือใช้ประกอบในงานของเรานั้น บอกได้เลยว่ายากกว่าการหารูปแปะในรายงานสมัยประถมเป็นสิบๆเท่า ตอนเด็กๆเราก็แค่ Google หารูปสวยๆ มาแปะในรายงานครูก็ให้คะแนนเต็มละ แต่จริงๆ แล้วรูปประมาณ 90% ที่เราหาเจอใน Google มักจะมีลิขสิทธิ์ และไม่อนุญาตให้นำไปใช้ในงานฟรีๆ ซึ่งถ้าจะเอาไปใช้จริงๆ ง่ายที่สุดก็คงต้องหาซื้อรูปเหล่านั้นละเนอะ ทีนี้ ถ้าอยากได้รูปสวยๆ คมชัดระดับ High-resolution แถมเอาไปใช้ในงานได้แบบฟรีๆ ไม่ติดลิขสิทธิ์ล่ะ? วันนี้เราจะมาแนะนำ 10 เว็บสุดใจดี ที่แจกรูปฟรีๆ แบบเอาไปใช้ได้โดยที่ไม่ต้องซื้อกันเลยทีเดียว แต่ถ้าจะแจกลิ้งค์เลยมันก็ดูจะธรรมดาไปหน่อย เราก็เลยจะรีวิวเว็บเหล่านี้ให้ดูกันทีละเว็บเลย 1. 2. เว็บนี้มีมากกว่า 310,000 รูปฟรีเลยล่ะ Pixabay ให้คุณสามารถเลือกดูรูปภาพเป็นหมวดหมู่ หรือค้นหาจากคีย์เวิร์ดที่ต้องการได้คุณภาพของรูปโดยรวมจะไม่ได้สวยเท่ากับของเว็บแรกนะ แต่เรื่องความสะดวกในการหารูปไปใช้นั้น เราให้เต็มสิบเลยจ้า 3. 4. picjumbo 5. raumrot 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Drawing in two-point perspective using a rubber band : lifehacks 優れたiPhoneサイトデザイン集 - iPhoneデザインボックス Post-it-Goat comments on I got Watchmen for Christmas and now I finally understand why people love Rorschach so much. FEMALE STREETWHERE? | The Hundreds Like many people, I discovered streetwear on the Internet. Around seven years ago, when I was 19, still living in London, and spending a slightly unhealthy amount of time “surfing the web,” I stumbled across a culture that seemed set on documenting its every T-shirt drop, stoop hangout, and summer block party online. Streetwear was the first sector of the apparel industry to recognize that selling a lifestyle was a great way to sell T-shirts – with this very website being perhaps the earliest progenitor of that idea – and I was a receptive voyeur. For a brief, golden moment before the Internet ruined all our lives, that virtual space populated by the heavily logoed kids of the LES and Fairfax was an exciting – even inspiring – place to be. Much like the central London sneaker store where I landed a part-time job that same summer (and you best believe I blogged every in-store appearance and celebrity cameo, too) that place was also a sausage fest. Joy Claire of ONE Distribution

Ask the Art Prof: What is a Gesture Drawing? | Clara Lieu “What is a gesture drawing?” A gesture drawing is basically a quick drawing that captures the essential gesture of a subject in its most distilled form. Gesture is everywhere, embodied in every object, person, and place. In drawing, gesture represents the primal instinct, the essential character of the subject. A sense of fluidity is one of the key components of a successful gestural drawing. Student gesture drawing 4 steps on how to make a gesture drawing: 1) Start with very light, loose, and sketchy marks. 2) Draw with one very light, continuous line that never leaves the surface of the paper. 3) Focus the drawing on first blocking in the largest shapes. 4) Engage with the entire image all at once. This charcoal drawing tutorial I did shows the entire process of creating a portrait drawing in charcoal from direct observation.

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