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Death to the Dinosaur feat Kim Dotcom

by Jayme Gutierrez Posted in music videos | Comments Off

Our latest big video is finally here! It was a project which required a lot of production work and very little time. But we worked hard and slept little, and just made the deadline!

If you look closely you might just spot the multi-millionaire Kim Dotcom creator of Megaupload who now brings us version 2.0 MEGA.






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Thanks a lot to our family for helping out in moments of stress. Without them it would have been impossible to finish in time!
And of course, thanks to all the YouTubers who helped by sending in their videos for one of the scenes!
It was great to be able to put faces to the usernames and even see I also have girl subscribers! :D


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Steampunk – an amazing fantasy genre!

by Joe! Posted in blogging | 6 Comments »

steampunk genre I can’t believe I have missed out on this genre for so long… Sure I’ve seen signs of it in Miyazaki’s films like Howl’s Moving Castle and Ponyo (Not sure what Walt Disney has got to do with them? Maybe just the translation…) but didn’t realise there was a whole category behind the style;

“…It came into prominence during the 1980s and early 1990s. The term denotes fictional works set in an era or world where steam power is still widely used ‚ÄĒ usually the 19th century, and often Victorian era Britain ‚ÄĒ but with prominent elements of either science fiction or fantasy, often featuring futuristic technology as the people of this historical period would have envisioned it to look like, i.e. based on a Victorian perspective on fashion, culture, architectural style, art, etc. Modern materials such as Steel and Plastic, replaced with Brass and Wood…”
steampunk gameboy
The Victorian era/style fused with modern technology. It’s the future. But … set… in the past…

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