Would You Spent Fourteen Hours Watching A 3D Cerebus Being Printed?

Would You Spent Fourteen Hours Watching A 3D Cerebus Being Printed?

Posted by March 29, 2014 Comment

After all, you made it through Melmoth.

Right now George Peter Gatiss is printing a 3D Cerebus. It has only just started and will take 14 hours. And there is a webcam on it right now.

I mean you could go to ECCC. You could fill in your DC Talent Survey. Or you can go here, with the password cerebus3dprinting (dorty forreners like me, may need to use a proxy like Hotspot).

3d printingcere2

It should end up looking something like this.

Screen Shot 2014-03-29 at 12.11.49 PM

He’s also the fellow who first rendered Cerebus into 3D CGI back in 1991.

cerebusAnd he has a multi-million dollar animated feature on the way. But for now… it’s Cerebus watching…

 

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(Last Updated March 29, 2014 2:02 pm )

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