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These insane, abstract sculptures may look like they have nothing to do with Capcom's iconic Street Fighter franchise, but wait until you see this stunning film in motion.
This Vimeo video from Ireland-based video and art director Dan the Ad Man uses effects programs CINEMA 4D and Vray to create some beautiful motion sculptures based on the characters from Street Fighter II.
[Source: Dan the Ad Man]
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Wow, really? The whole Chun Li panties thing got waaaay too much attention. I had to actually go back and watch it again to see what the fuss was about.
Apparently, some of us haven't played Street Fighter in awhile. The reason I didn't think of that panties shot in the first place is that it's accurate to the source material.
Really, guys, before condemning something as distasteful, ask a few questions first, like "is that accurately depicted in any of the Street Fighter games?"
Awesome video by the way. I'm not even a huge fan of abstract art, but this was definitely beautiful to behold. Good show!
I'm going to need the frame data on this...
So a bunch of spaghetti motion with sound effects...
Pretty frickin awesome!
It looks cool, but I didn't see the point.
The artsy creative side of me wants to say this is cool but... eh.
Had to laugh at the Chun Li part. I was thinking to myself, "Hey, I can actually make out this character!" and then he went all 13 years old on us.
From high brow to low brow in a few seconds.
Go home and be a family twizzler.
I always love to see the way artists see things.
Wow, despite the many negative comments, I think this is a commendable piece of art and an interesting study of the movements of famous Street Fighter characters.
I think this is an absolute perfect depiction of abstract art and the whole chun li bit is a childish perverted oversight on behalf of the readers. Great video dan