Yes, Stan Lee was known for punctuating his commentary with a hearty “excelsior!”. But this cute animated short, using some archival recordings from the Marvel Comics legend in action, sees him express a fondness for a shorter, equally emphatic bit of profanity.
Over two years in the making, this is the world’s first Universal LEGO Sorting Machine, an AI-powered automated sorting machine that is capable of recognizing and sorting any LEGO part that has ever been produced*. His device runs on Raspberry Pi and sorts aech piece into one of 18 buckets.
Adobe MAX 2020 was the creative event of the event of the year, giving millions the chance to engage with the world’s top artists, designers and entertainers. But if you missed it, then here’s some great news. Many of the best sessions are now available to rewatch on demand, for free!
I’ve started working on toned paper with brush and ink. I would say it’s half studying anatomy and half forming an aesthetic.
At last, heroes that fight for the rest of us. 3 minute ReadBatman isn’t the hero we deserve.I mean, think about it.
It would be unfair for me to steal the words from this girl’s sign. The figure reference for this #drawing is from the blog header of President Obama’s recent post on Medium about … well you know. Go see that post and read her sign and BAWL PROFUSELY. Doing this drawing seriously helped my mental […]
Another music video experiment, in OTR, Cincinnati, OH
A music video experiment.