And it’s video time!
“This video is a montage of an 18-video canoe building series I spent 8 months making in 2016.”
Wow this is so much amazing work.
“Captured from a D-Theater HD DVHS Demo Tape by Techmoan“
I know: what the hell is D-Theater? WikiPedia says it was “a digital video recording format developed by JVC” (and others) which was really the first to allow high-definition video recording and playback.
This is great!
Revology is a company that manufactures “brand new” 1966 Mustangs. They licensed the metal stampers from Ford, and engaged a lot of manufacturers to create the custom parts needed, and now for a price you can buy a spankin’ new 1966 Mustang. It’s a crazy idea but I kind of love it.
Created by Ash Thorp (one single person…?)
He’s also done cgi effects and direction work for a bunch of other movies. His work is pretty amazing.
“There’s no mammal in the world quite like the tree pangolin. Covered in reptilian-like scales that protect it from predators in the wild, the pangolin will curl into a ball when threatened.”
Pangolins! Who knew? (I did not.)
And these have been your Friday Videos!
Have a great (long?) weekend everybody.