Brazilian artist Bruno Alberto has recreated key scenes in movie and TV history as digital dioramas in a project called Low Poly Scenes.
So far, Alberto has put his low poly spin on scenes from Raiders of the Lost Ark, Back to the Future, Game of Thrones, Star Wars and Free Willy. As you’ll see, they are are charming and fun to watch.
Check out the rest of the series below. [click to continue…]
You are going to wish that you never watched a single episode of Game Of Thrones so that you’re fragile, virgin ears could be violently and gloriously spoiled by Samuel L. Jackson in this beginner’s guide video.
Yes, THE Samuel L. Jackson. Not an impersonator. This is an official (and NSFW of course) video that explains the entire series up to season 6.
Watch it 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…]
Microsoft France is at it again with the amazing themed Xbox One giveaways. This time, three lucky gamers will win a console styled after the Game of Thrones intro.
Take a closer look at the console in the video below. [click to continue…]
Artist Andrew Dat Tran has taken a selection of Game of Thrones characters and reimagined them as part of the Star Wars universe. As you’ll see, the execution is fantastic.
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Check out the entire series below. Trust me, it’s great stuff. [click to continue…]
Artist Kaleb Leigh has reimagined the various Houses of the Game of Thrones series as Pokémon, because if you want long enough someone’ll inevitably combine two things into one marginally cooler thing.
The series, cleverly named “A Song of Blue and Red”, takes each House and imagines what a Pokémon based on that House might look like. Not a bad idea, and it’s executed pretty well. Certainly better than most recent Pokémon designs anyway. Check out the full gallery below. [click to continue…]
We absolutely love this Game of Thrones-inspired illustration from Brian Kesinger, which was made during a break in his busy schedule of creating awesome Star Wars / Calvin and Hobbes mashups. [click to continue…]
Immediately after the Game Of Thrones episode “The Door” concluded, simple mockups of Hodor-themed doorstops started appearing online. So sad…and potentially profitable.
Naturally, someone took to Kickstarter to make a more elaborate attempt, and that someone is Tony Wang. The mockup pictured above blew past it’s $5000 funding goal and currently sits at over $64,000 with the following promise:
We are in the process of applying for licensing rights from HBO for this project. If that falls through and they shut down our project, everyone will be refunded their pledge.
Will HBO shut this project down? Will there ever be an official Hodor door stop? Either way, something tells me that Etsy is just warming up.
Leave it to Rifftrax to go all out when they decided to riff on Game of Thrones. They’re going back to the beginning. Back to when Ned was alive, Robert Was alive, all five Direwolves were alive (too soon?) and Bran Stark didn’t need Hodor to, well, you know.
Long before winter was coming, winter was… well, still coming. We’re taking it all the way back to the first episode of Game of Thrones! To a simpler time before [spoiler alert] killed [spoiler alert] and [spoiler alert] betrayed [spoiler alert] and [spoiler alert] severed [spoiler alert]’s [spoiler alert]. A time of direwolves, imps, and gratuitous nudity that would be screen-capped throughout the realm.
The challenge begins: If we riff every episode before George RR finishes the next book, he has to buy us all our own Unsullied! Join Mike, Kevin, and Bill for the premiere episode of Game of Thrones!
Something tells me they just might beat GRRM when it comes to this. Unsullied for everyone!
The new episode is available for download now. You can check out a teaser below. [click to continue…]
Candles have already brought dinosaurs back from extinction, and now you have the option to add dragons to your army…I mean family.
Each golden egg contains a porcelain dragon in one of three random colors. Check out more pictures after the break…