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June 10 2017

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May 11 2017

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But as with everything Lynch, the agreement for the redux came down to instinct: A final piece of the puzzle, say the execs, was a painting in Nevins’ office of a little girl next to a bookcase that looks like it may fall on her. “I was making the pitch about why he should come here and why we would treat his property right, and he mostly stood there and stared at the painting,” Nevins recalls. (For his part, Lynch says the painting wasn’t the deciding factor, but he smiles at the memory of seeing it.)
Inside the Roller-Coaster Journey to Get David Lynch’s ‘Twin Peaks’ Back on TV

April 21 2017

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April 09 2017

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I thought about celebrating Breadcrumbs’ anniversary by re-blogging each of my posts and replying to them. Like, one of them complains about how “kids today” won’t get references to Doom II. But that was TEN YEARS AGO! Who even knows what “kids today” do/think/know. I was such a stupid kid TEN YEARS AGO goddamnit.
Anyway, I’m too lazy for celebration. So won’t be doing that re-blogging thing.
But I am writing here again now, so that’s pretty cool!

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Yep. Ten freaking years. Pretty crazy.

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breadcrumbs:// turned 10 today!

March 01 2017

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May 13 2016

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Moonwalk from Reel Water Productions on Vimeo.

The ultimate full moon shot. Dean Potter walks a highline at Cathedral Peak as the sun sets and the moon rises. Shot from over 1 mile away with a Canon 800mm and 2X by Mikey Schaefer.

This shot was part of a bigger project for National Geographic called The Man Who Can Fly.

channel.nationalgeographic.com/videos/the-man-who-can-fly/

Directed by Mikey Schaefer…mikeylikesrocks.com
Produced by Bryan Smith
Concept by Dean Potter

Music:
Slate - By Wil Bolton
From the Album: Time Lapse on Hibernate Recordings
Licensed through: Audiomoves - audiomoves.com

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Star Wars - Episode V “The Empire Strikes Back” Homage (Title Sequence) from KROFL on Vimeo.

Star Wars is one of Hollywood’s biggest franchises to date, containing one of the most unique universes in sci-fi fiction. Not only is the universe incredibly iconic, so is it’s title sequence (the famous title crawl). Designed by Dan Perri, the title sequence is one of the most recognizable introductions in the history of film.

Growing up in the 90s where Star Wars was released on VHS, the franchise really sparked my imagination as a child. It not only let me exercise my imagination but also supplied me with some of the happiest memories as I watched it with my family. After re-watching “The Empire Strikes Back,” I decided to use this as a chance to create a homage in the form of a title sequence. This would also serve as my senior “thesis” at SVA and took me the whole semester to complete.

The style and tone of the animation was inspired by the James Bond title sequences. The music was a rejected song from the newest Bond film, Spectre, sung by Radiohead. I really wanted to play on the concept of Luke trying to find himself and true purpose, so the music and inspiration felt fitting.

Making of coming soon…

Enjoy!

Designed, directed, and produced by Kurt Rauffer
Instructor: Daniel Oeffinger
Music: Spectre by Radiohead

Special thanks to the Facepunch community for helping me with the Snowspeeder model and Ash Thorp’s “Main Title” class on Learnsquared.
As a declaimer, I would like to say this is a completely fan made personal project and in no way am I profiting off of it.

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