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Here’s a Hitchcock-like re-creation of the chilling Walter Kovacs’ shrink sessions. The guy playing Rorschach gives a pretty spot on performance, but, please note that for today’s performance the part of Dr. Malcolm Long will be played by Ringo Starr.
I would have to put this video in the “hurm” file. It definately has its moments. If you can get past Rorschach’s slight Jamaican accent and poorly made mask, you’ll get to a few satisfying scenes between the masked vigilante and retired baddy Moloch.
This surprisingly good student film recreates page one of the big Dr. Manhattan chapter of Watchmen. I think this kid nailed it, right down to the voice effects. Even the pacing seems right. I think Zack Snyder should make this kid his padawan apprentice.
This video is a pretty decent re-creation of the scene where Rorschach tells Dan Dreiberg that the Comedian has been murdered. You just need to get past the three minutes of Dan walking home (man, he really did put on some weight).
Here is a completely CGI fan made Watchmen trailer. Dr. Manhattan looks a little too much like Vishnu, and the music is odd, but there are some great animated shots of the Comedian’s death and Dr. Manhattan’s crystal palace on Mars. Worth a look.
From the mind of the artist who brough us , comes this latest high speed computer sketch of Rorschach and Walter Kovacs. Why are these things so fun to watch. I think its meditative or something, I don’t know.
Well, this is not really a lesson of any kind, but it was fun to watch the blue guy himself come together. Reminds me of those old books I had as a kid. Plus, its great to see somebody else besides me uses Flash to draw!