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Monday, February 21, 2011


Every so often, a Moviestorm piece turns up that simply takes our breath away. Sometimes we’re amazed by the sheer quality of the work, and the amount of effort someone’s put in to create a really professional movie. Sometimes, it’s just a damn good story that keeps us riveted to the screen, whether it’s two minutes or twenty. And sometimes, perhaps the rarest of all, is a movie that just takes our expectations of what Moviestorm can do and literally turns all that on its head.

Kibishipaul’s Nowhere is one of the latter. 
It’s an artistic and imaginative tour de force. While almost everyone else has been thinking about ways to create realistic environments, this one’s pure fantasy.

Experienced Moviestormers will see at once how he’s created this look from a technical perspective: a cunning mixture of nav meshes, the gizmo, and hidden objects, plus some well-chosen mods. But looking at Nowhere from a technical point of view completely misses the point. What kibishipaul’s done is to remind us that the key ingredient in any creative endeavour isn’t the tools. It’s the artist’s imagination. Nowhere literally breaks through the self-imposed barriers that most of us have seen when using Moviestorm, and shows us that so much more is possible if we just think differently.

It’s an inspiring, and beautiful film, and well worth one minute of your time.

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