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Brad Borne’s The Fancy Pants Adventure and Bruce Branit’s World Builder

Friday, March 6th, 2009


Posted by Tony Huynh.
I have not been posting as often because I have been really busy with work and life outside of work. Speaking of life outside of work, my girlfriend and I watched Cable Guy again a few weeks ago and that convinced us to buy tickets to Medieval Times for this weekend. This is our first trip to Medieval Times ever and I am really excited to dork it up. I’ll be sure to take pictures.

Cable Guy’s Medieval Times Scene

Brad Borne’s The Fancy Pants Adventures
Here is a great flash game that I’ve been having a lot of fun with called The Fancy Pants Adventures. It is a momentum based movement game with really great animations. It plays a lot like how Sonic the Hedgehog wishes it could.

Lastly I wanted to share World Builder, a beautiful short film by filmmaker Bruce Branit. He was the co-creator of 405. World Builder was shot in a single day and the postproduction took 2 years. The user interface for the 3D modeling is amazing. I wish the Unreal 3’s BSP editor worked liked that.

Bruce Branit’s World Builder

World Builder from Bruce Branit on Vimeo.

Bruce Branit’s 405

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A Real Guitar Hero – Sungha Jung 12 Year Old Prodigy Fingerstyle Guitarist

Sunday, February 8th, 2009



Sungha Jung is a 12-year-old fingerstyle guitarist from South Korea. This kid makes me think I wasted my youth playing video games. As I watched his videos over the last few years, it is like watching Sungha Jung grow up. The thought of how YouTube has chronicled people’s lives is a little weird. It just makes you realize how much YouTube has changed our lives. In video game development YouTube is the greatest referencing tool there is. As a fellow game developer asked the question, “how did we ever copy stuff before YouTube?”

Here are some of my favorite videos of his.

No Woman No Cry – Sungha Jung

All Along the Watchtower – Sungha Jung

Blackbird – Sungha Jung

Tango – Sungha Jung

Moon River – Sungha Jung

When the Children Cry – Sungha Jung

For further information on Jung Sungha check these sites out.
http://www.myspace.com/jungsungha
http://www.youtube.com/jwcfree

If you want to see a great movie about a child chess prodigy I would highly recommend the movie Searching for Bobby Fischer.

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Best MMA Fights & Genki Sudo: Real Life Video Game Character
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My Student Films

Friday, November 14th, 2008



I have never really uploaded any videos to youtube before. So I decided to dig up some of the videos I made during film school a number of years back and set about uploading.

Lifted
Lifted is a car chase digital video shot with a few friends of mine over the course of a few weekends. It almost serves as a Ford commercial with both a Ford Focus as well as a Ford Mustang participating. The shoot took place on the freeways and streets of San Diego. Enjoy!

Tripod
Tripod is a group student film that we made over a few days of shooting. It was shot on 16mm film and was an attempt at telling an entire story from the perspective of feet.

I’ve got a few other self-made videos I can share still so I’ll occasionally upload some more and post them here in the future.

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My Student Films 2: EverQuest Documentary and Guilty Gear Isuka Trailer
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