Fantasy art, fantasy tattoos, fantasy video games, and fantasy books!
Nowadays it's becoming harder to tell CGI from live filming - this one being a prime example.These videos are so very, very good. I just don't understand why a 'blow-your'socks-off' full length feature CGI fantasy film hasn't been done (Beowulf aside)? The one thing I think favours the marriage of CGI and the fantasy genre: the settings and landscapes. None of this travelling halfway round the world to find the 'right' location. None of the cast looking like they've been kitted out with clothing from the nearest charity shop - everything can look authentic (as is possible with the fantasy genre). I just wonder how the costs of producing a full feature CGI fantasy film stack up against those of something like, say, The Hobbit?One film I'd love to see remade in CGI - 'Blade Runner'... man, how fantastically epic that could look!