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Old 7th Feb 2020, 9:24 pm   #1
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Default Hum CGI with a "vintage feel"

I thought this was quite imaginative and entertaining.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFKaehOtDuU


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Old 7th Feb 2020, 10:37 pm   #2
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Default Re: Hum CGI with a "vintage feel"

Are we watching a laterally inverted image?

Or was it made by a millennial? The record playing arm is facing into the motion of the record - after previous discussions of people getting this wrong... Though later, the screwdriver is inserting a screw with a left-hand thread and screws are still around.

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Old 8th Feb 2020, 10:11 am   #3
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Default Re: Hum CGI with a "vintage feel"

As all the letters are the correct way around I am assuming its just a lack of understanding how these things work.

SWMBO is always chiding me for complaining about out of place radios/cars/roads/buildings etc so now I try to let go a bit more.

It's a bit Americanised as well, but I took to all the valve/bulbs rattling and hiding in a box, and the little robot breathing new life into the workshop.

Technically its poorly rendered but as entertainment I thought it was OK.


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Old 11th Feb 2020, 9:22 pm   #4
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Yes, good fun! But I can't un-see the backwards screw or record.

A number of commenters had the same thought!
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Old 12th Feb 2020, 8:42 pm   #5
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From what I can make out it was made in Denmark in 2009 as a final year project for a university specialising in animation. It looks like one of the team now works in London and has been involved in many US blockbusters. I am sure the backward rotation is intentional as art students in 2009 would have definitely been into 'vinyl' (it's probably just to annoy the pedantic!).
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