Brazilian artist Bruno Alberto's series 'LowPolyScenes' is basically a composition of cult movie GIFs. The artist uses 3D animation to create scenes from 'Back to the Future,' 'Star Wars,' 'Indiana Jones' and 'Free Willy.' Along with cult movies, he's also created a GIF of a popular TV series, 'Game of Thrones.'
The GIFs are fascinating to watch. The real-life movies are captured into modern-day cartoons and the minuscule proportions of the characters brings some humor to the looped scenes. When viewing the Back to the Future GIF, viewers will notice that Marty McFly actually looks like Super Mario from the old school Nintendo games. Even The Games of Thrones GIF reenacts a heartbreaking moment from season six but Alberto's interpretation is bound to make people giggle.
While there are already GIFs of actual scenes from cult movies, these artistic 3D versions are refreshing. Movie franchises could consider using them as a way to promote its films in a viral manner.
'Lowpolyscenes' is a Series of Looping 3D Videos Inspired by Cult Movies
1. Cult-movie Gifs - Creating unique 3D-animated GIFs inspired by recognizable cult movies presents opportunities for viral marketing and cross-platform promotion.
2. Modernized Movie Scenes - Transforming classic movie scenes into modern-day cartoons using 3D animation presents unique creative and promotional possibilities.
3. Humor in the Loop - Infusing humor into looped scenes of popular TV shows and movies provides new and engaging ways for viewers to connect with the content.
1. Entertainment - Companies in the entertainment industry can utilize these animated GIFs to drive interest and generate buzz for their new releases and classic film franchises.
2. Marketing - The marketing industry can leverage these eye-catching GIFs to create targeted campaigns, strengthen brand awareness, and increase customer engagement.
3. Animation - The animation industry can utilize these unique 3D-animated GIFs to showcase their capabilities and attract new clients for creative projects.