Posts tagged “old

Down Gears

dead-gears If I haven’t said it before, I love old gears, rust and run down places.  I don’t do it much anymore, but I use to search out these things and places and photograph them.  I had a good amount of money put into a “film” camera and all the equipment that went with it.  When EVERYTHING went digital, I ended us selling all that I had because they went useless overnight.  So now I only have a little Canon and it just isn’t the same.  One day I will get a new set up though.  So it just isn’t the same to go out and shoot with this little Canon camera but I do sometimes still.  When I do, I like to add the StrangeCraft flair to in with Photoshop.


Tribal System:

tribal-alignment I was wanting to do a fun wallpaper and I came up with this.  Now this is a bit old, but it is still cool.


Script:

script I love this picture.  It came out pretty cool.  I try to stretch myself to do things I normally wouldn’t do to see if I can do it.  This is something I put together not too long ago.


Remakes of Old Films”

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For a number of years now, we have seen an influx of movie remakes.  No matter if it is horror, action, comedy, or what ever it might be, we are being bombarded with them every year.  Is it a good thing or a bad thing?  In my opinion it is not a good thing at all.  Most of the movies that are being remade are classics already.  The outcome tends to be a half-baked yawn fest in comparison.  To me it also shows a lack of vision or originality.  For some reason people think they are paying homage by trying to recreate something that was great already.  In fact, it only highlights how awesome the original is by how trite the new one is.  I guess the good thing that comes out of it is that it reminds us to go back and enjoy something that may have been forgotten.  Don’t get me wrong, not all remakes are terrible.  Some are pretty good in fact.  In my humble opinion, the money used to create a remake could be used to make something new and unseen because if not, it just ends up in the “Under $5” DVD rack at the store.