On Christmas night Santa is using a gigantic, ultra-high-tech sleigh to deliver presents to kids throughout the world. When the mission is accomplished, an elf discovered that one bicycle was not delivered to a child named Gwen. He informs Santa and Steve. And Arthur overheard the alert.
Art in any form has always fascinated me. Now I do not consider myself as an artsy person, but I can certainly appreciate art when I see it. With technological advancement made in recent years, there are now more ways to express one self and digital art is an example of that.
Digital art has never looked so real. Feast your eyes on some truly outstanding work in digital art.
I always like how Nippon paint portray themselves; colorful, environment-safe, toxic-free, odorless, easy-to-clean and well, colorful. Then again, they are selling paints, so it has to be colorful. On and off, I would try to catch the TV commercial whenever I am in front of the TV. Then one day, I saw this adorably cool Nippon TV commercial made by Malaysian Advertising Agency. If I am not mistaken, it is called Blobby. Awesome animation, simple concept and yes, colorful. Indeed, a good head on for Nippon paint and Malaysian Advertising industry. Let me show you a few clips from that TV commercial:
It seems that the truck holding Nippon paints had a minor accident to avoid a lizard crossing the road and spilled all the paints.
Pets are simply lovable. And felines are one of my favorite kinds of pets. Bouncy, hyperactive, overly-pampered, persistent and yes, very cute living fur-ball that has an endless act of vanity.
To be a cat burglar, you need a good and loud runaway car driver.
The case of a over-soft sofa.
7th February 2006 marks Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day in the USA, with events and testing centre open days being held around the country to help increase understanding and awareness of HIV and AIDS among African Americans.
Further details available here.
AtomFilms unveiled the winners of the Intel Indies Film Contest at an Intel-sponsored event at the Sundance Film Festival. An experienced panel of film industry judges culled through hundreds of entries from 40 different states to determine the winning films.
Picking the winners was tough, but in the end, The Wand created by Nick Worthey won the grand prize. Worthey won $25,000 in cash and $20,000 towards a home theater for his clever, animated story on the universal nature of power and greed.