If you have ever wondered what the Futurama intro would look like rendered in a 3D visual format, you need to check out this Moscow artist's Behance page stat. Alexey Zakharov recreated the cancelled cartoon's introductory number in a 3D rendering.
Zakharov specializes in animation, architecture and digital art. His test videos show an extremely detailed depiction of the opening credits, most notably the intricate skyline and model of the Planet Express ship flying by. Set to Forrest Gump Suite by Alan Silvestri, the reimagined Futurama intro was created using 3dsmax, After Effects, Nuke and Photoshop.
This artistic project will likely be appreciated by the Fox comedy's fans, especially as the long-running tv show was cancelled earlier this year.
Reimagined Opening Credits
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