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Yes, it is a comic book panel montage, but it certainly wasn’t slapped together in ten minutes. The pacing is way too slow, but the transitions and camera moves are subtle and sophisticated. All in all, a decent homage to the graphic novel’s characters.
Clichéd as far as concepts go, but any day I get to see the smiley face logo in action is a good day. The music works, the animation is clean, and it doesn’t drag on. You may need to break out the dramamine after watching those letters fly around.
It was originally made for the Paul Greengrass film adaptation back in 2006, but for a fan teaser, I’ve seen worse. If anything, this video is worth looking at for the detail work put in to the complicated array of images put onto the television monitors.
Apparently “speed painting” is a very popular category of video on YouTube. This one is a time lapsed depiction of the hidden Rorschach frame from the 300 trailer. It has some very peppy music too.
14 year-old David Walton discusses his concerns on the upcoming Zack Snyder Watchmen movie and how Billy Cruddup has “the look.” I know I said I wouldn’t post any blog rants, but this kid makes some very lucid points; its my site so deal.
Wouldn’t it be great if we could hear how Watchmen creator Alan Moore thinks Rorschach’s voice would sound like? Well, now we can thanks to one creative fan who videotaped his television while watching BBC4’s series.
Actor Matt Beckham manages to make you feel creepy all over demonstrating how the masked vigilante sounds in his world. His vocal technique is based on the ancient art of Tuvan throat singing. What do you think his acting technique is based on?