The world needs a Futurama LEGO set, and this Planet Express ship design from Nicola Stocchi would be ideal. The render was created in LEGO Digital Designer using 5112 parts.
Check out more pics on Stocchi’s Flickr page.
(via The Brothers Brick)
Now this is an Aquaman story I could really get into.
The Aquaman And Cthulhu Q-Fix is a SDCC 2016 release for QMx, but it will be available for purchase online during the convention.
Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
The Battle Of The Bastards was one of the biggest, most expensive episodes ever filmed for television. If you’re curious to know how of the stunning special effects were created, check out the following reel from VFX company Iloura.
Spoilers, obviously. And skeleton horses. [click to continue…]
Final Fantasy VII is finally getting its own Monopoly game, which makes sense because it’s a perfect fit.
Details are scarce, but the description reads:
Delve into the evolving city of Midgar in search of the latest business opportunities. Perhaps you’ll buy up a string of plots for housing development for the people, or go industrial and build a Mako reactor plant.
Trade with fellow players to secure key location and facilities and watch as savvy buyers secure a big pay day. A roll of a dice and a shrewd business mind will pave your way to success…Just watch out in case Shin-ra bring your empire crashing down!
Final Fantasy VII Monopoly is available to pre-order at $49.99 with shipping slated for April 2017.
I’ve never seen anything like this, but now I want all my comic strips to be in interactive 3D.
This Calvin and Hobbes strip was reimagined using Blender by artist Gabriel de Laubier.
Experience C&H in a whole new way in the widget below. You can even view it in Google Cardboard. [click to continue…]
Hoo boy. Funko’s assault on our wallets shows no signs of slowing down. Clearly, they won’t be satisfied until everything in our homes is a cute representation of our favorite characters with enormous heads.
James Gunn has been known to give Play-Doh to cast and crew members as a reward for their hard work. He notes that “smelling it reminds me of childhood and pure creativity. So I like giving out that experience on set.”
This is what happens when you give Play-Doh to a bunch of props guys working on a big budget film like Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2.
When a group of co-workers received a new pool table at work, they set about decorating all of the balls with hand-painted emoji faces just for the hell of it.
The resulting game, dubbed “Poolmoji” seems to make the game more fun. Clearly, the balls have strong emotions about their role in the game.
Maybe you don’t even need numbers and stripes to play a proper game—just make it happy emotions vs. sad emotions. The cue ball can have a neutral expression while the 8-ball is represented by the dead face emoji.
At any rate, if you want to play Poolmoji, you’ll need to find someone with decent painting skills. But I wouldn’t be surprised if these became a real product down the line.
See Poolmoji in action in the video below. [click to continue…]