This weekend, the Los Angeles Film School is hosting events to celebrate Veterans in the Entertainment industry. The Annual Salute is on Saturday, November 10, and the GI Film Festival happens all weekend. On Saturday, the LA Film School will host several competitions for their students including a Game Tournament, a game and film sound event, and the Hollywood debut of student films at the festival. After these activities, there will be an award ceremony with dinner and an online auction at Montalban Theatre in Hollywood. Profits from sponsorships and the auction will go to the Injured Marine Semper Fi ...
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How often do you find yourself seeking inspiration from crowdsourcing?
If you haven't heard, crowdsourcing is happening all over the web. It's the act of taking a job traditionally performed by a designated agent and outsourcing it to a 'crowd,' usually an undefined, large group of people in the form of an open call. Using the Internet's vast reach has become the gateway for crowdsourcing.
It's easy enough on Twitter to crowdsource ideas. Get a group of followers to use a common hashtag and seek out ideas for anything you're working ...
Thanks to Jeffrey Morris for this great article.
Jeffrey is a very successfull writer / designer and owner of FutureDude.com. He currently has a great Kickstarter project for a new sci-fi graphic novel in the works. Click here to check it out and show your support
Kate Beckinsale hides behind her evil robots in ...
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The Dark Knight Rises hits theaters today. We thought it would be cool to offer a quick rewind of how the film and its characters evolved over the years with their imaginative costumes and make-up, starting in 1989 with Tim Burton's vision untill today with Christopher Nolan's realistic execution. Lets us know which film and "Batman" you liked the most and why.
The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
Christian Bale as Batman
Filter Foundry had the pleasure of being the official social partner for Beauty Is Embarrassing, the Neil Berkeley documentary of emmy award winning artist Wayne White. Premiering at the SXSW Festival this year, this documentary has drawn accolades from the film, music and interactive communities. Take a read at what Joshua Brunsting had to say about the film and then go out and watch it. ~MAC
How does one become a multi-time Emmy award winning artist from such humble beginnings as being born in the mountains of Tennessee? Well, just ask beloved cartoonist/set designer/sculptor/voice actor/painter Wayne ...
Who's your favorite character of all time... which version.. by what artist? I know mine: Bob Kane's Batman by Alex Ross. I like to think of Alex's style as the best of both worlds, it's 2D that looks like it was rendered in 3D. This week I've pulled a few characters from both the pop-culture and the obscure pile. Share yours with us by posting it below.
1. The Batman (rough sketch phase) by Alex Ross
2. Gollum by WETA Digital
3. Bettie Page by Bambinomonkey
4. Octo-Owl by 64Colors
5. Belly Dancer by Carlos ...
The 8 Worst Fonts In The World
We’d need another book, of course, to do this justice. And where would one start?
Fonts are like cars on the street--we notice only the most beautiful or ugly, the funniest or the flashiest. The vast majority roll on regardless. There may be many reasons why we dislike or distrust certain fonts, and overuse and misuse are only starting points. Fonts may trigger memory as pungently as perfume: Gill Sans can summon up ...