A while ago a gorgeous 3D-rendition of the popular cartoon by Matt Groening (of Simpsons fame) Futurama surfaced on the internet. The short clip showed multiple familiar shots shown in a more realistic, 3D-rendered environment. Although the clip is just barely over 30 seconds long it does inspire to create more out of well-known tv-shows and the characters we love so much. For those who have not yet seen the original clip, chek out out right here.
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Some of the most gorgeous things take ages to make and some of the designs we all take for granted have hours on end put into making it as gorgeous as possible. Amazingly done and awe-inspiring, but now the maker released a making off, showing how much it took for a 30 minute animation to come to life. Check the making off video down below
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