“Soundscapes 2”, directed by Ace Norton for Dolby.
Watch the film below!
that twas ccoool!
this makes me feel weird. Haha.
That was amazing, very engaging. Loved the reversal of broken glass scene.
Totally stolen from Lasse Gjertsen. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9698TqtY4A
There is a disturbing trend with internet comments to completely oversimplify things. We are all human, and as such creative impulses and creations often overlap. The video is sequel to the original soundscaoes which we created 3 year ago – http://vimeo.com/2927154.
Having never seen it before, the Lasse Gjersten video is extremely cool. That said I think your energy would be better spent either making constructive criticism or actually making something yourself.
i totally agree isaac ^
the comments section on every single post here could devolve into a “so and so did it first” discussion – there are always going to be references and influences. we don’t need idea police, we need more people out making things.
apologies isaac if this is your first experience with the site, the people around here really are an encouraging bunch mostly
Thanks Jeff and everyone else for the great comments. Btw – love boooooom, have been checking it everyday for years.
cheers bud – excellent work
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