Episode 1: BIT 313-A

In which the Amazingly Bearded Man (ABM) wards off the Flesh Bats, and Ava makes bad decisions.

  • 04.01.2012
  • Posted by Ian
  • 20 Comments
  • 3d ,blender ,cyberpunk ,dynamo ,ian hubert ,karmapirates ,sci fi ,scifi ,scott hampson ,show ,web series ,webseries

20 Comments to Episode 1: BIT 313-A

  1. Ian 5:50 PM
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    Huh!

  2. Scott 6:09 PM
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    This website didn’t even exist on the 4th of january… Hmm.

  3. Scott 6:10 PM
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    Ian! You’ve found the gateway!

  4. Josh 1:21 AM
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    Wow. It’s finally here:) Episode one in all its epicness. Great work guys…does this mean we are allowed to show this page to other people now? Or did you want to advertise it first? I really like the creepy new begining dude.

  5. JG 2:57 AM
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    Erm .. Ian ? Do you ever sleep ?

    How do you find the time to work on so many projects ?

    Nice color, cool vfx ! You’re a Blender hero ;) !
    (kinda like a guitar hero .. only with Blender instead of a guitar ..
    I’m lacking sleep too, ok ?)

    Cheers,
    ______
    JG

  6. Ton 3:59 AM
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    We’re trapped in time, get us away from the 4th of january!
    (Awesome short film Ian & Scott, you all rock :)

  7. Darwin Leonard 7:46 PM
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    Awesome short film… All the best for Ian and Scott..
    visual effects was impressive..

  8. ConsciousActs 3:15 PM
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    Wow, just wow. Definitely inspired to learn blender after watching this.

  9. Coyote3D 2:23 AM
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    Cool start.

    The icon for your RS feed points to http://yourfeedurl/ by the way.

    Max.

  10. Ian 2:43 AM
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    Oh! Thanks for pointing that out. Just set up the site a couple days ago- still getting it all going :)

  11. AnotherFellow 9:11 AM
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    This was awesome. Funny, but with a great science fiction story involving zombies and shadowfolk! Awesome!

  12. Probert 5:10 AM
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    Hi Ian,

    I’m a former Hollywood Designer, just now getting into Blender.

    I was pretty much blown away by what you’re able to do with this impressive software and am wondering if you currently are offering or might consider offering some tutorials or a full-on DVD of insights as to how you do do that voo doo that you do so well.

    Either way, this piece you & Scott put out there is really inspiring…. thank you both.

    Andrew-

  13. Samuraidave 8:33 AM
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    Wow I like the look and the pace of the action it draws you in.

  14. Costas 4:07 PM
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    What I hate about these short films is that I have to wait to see the next episode! THIS WAS AWESOME! The whole team has done e great job, from the director to the actors to the effects team…

  15. Kjersten 9:41 PM
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    Most AWESOME short film! Love everything about it!

  16. Gabriel 2:53 AM
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    Eine wirklich nette Serie! ;-) Die Frage ist nur noch: Müssen wir das verstehen?
    Die visuellen Effekte sind wahnsinnig gut gemacht!

  17. Lendel 7:35 AM
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    This is freaking awesome. I like the ‘SHADE’ scene, the cg elements blended well with the live action footages. This give me insipration on doing cool airships, jets, creatures, and many more on blender

  18. Oliver Perks 6:16 PM
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    Agent Sterling kind of reminds me of an evil version of Dale Cooper from Twin Peaks.

  19. ADO8 10:25 AM
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    Ian and Scott are the Matt Damon and Ben Affleck of our generation. Callin it. #chromatose

  20. Dynamo @ Sore Eyes

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