really awesome short film. It was done on a budget of $5000. Set in a futuristic urban Los Angeles. Made by Peruvian film maker Ricardo de Montreuil.
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Wacom offers two options for working directly on screen: the large-format, second-generation Cintiq 21UX, and the low-profile Cintiq 12WX. These high-quality displays, combined with the Cintiq pressure- and tilt-sensitive Grip Pens, offer world-class levels of precision, control and comfort for editing digital images, applying effects and filters, sketching, painting and modeling. The amazingly responsive, pen-on-screen performance closely replicates the experience of working with traditional brushes and markers, but offers all the benefits of a digital workflow.
The Cintiq’s scratch-resistant glass surface is completely flat edge-to-edge, allowing the hand to glide easily over the entire surface. Both Cintiqs offer adjustments that allow them to be set up in different working positions and at different viewing angles. They also come equipped with finger-sensitive Touch Strips and ExpressKeys™ that can be customized with commonly-used shortcuts and modifiers to speed and simplify any workflow.
The Cintiq pen controls the cursor in any application and provides pressure- and tilt-sensitive effects in supporting applications such as Adobe® Photoshop®, Autodesk® SketchBook® Pro, Corel® Painter™ and hundreds of other applications. Cintiqs are compatible with both Mac and PC platforms.
I want one of these so bad, the smaller one is $1000 dollars which isn’t bad and the bigger, 21UX is $2000. Not bad for a piece of technology if you’re a photographer/designer/drawer cause now you have your computer and your tablet all on one working surface, pretty rad.
BANKSY’s subterranean screenings of his new documentary, “Exit Through The Gift Shop” in a makeshift pop-up theater in an unused subway tube beneath London’s Waterloo Station kicked off this week to queues of rabid fans. Miraculously, the UK bomber managed to keep news of the screenings and his dank setup totally secret until last week’s surprise announcement when screenings (twice daily until March 4th) instantly sold out via online sales. The theater features copious amounts of street art inside and out and functions as much as an impromptu Banksy art show as a movie theater. Ironically—or perhaps, appropriately—enough, patrons were forbidden to bring any spray paint or other graffiti marking tools into the screening. Of course, Mr Banks was a no-show (or was he?), but his melted ice cream truck concession stand proved a hit across the board.