Little Red Riding Hood For Engineers

Produced as part of a school assignment by graphic design student Tomas Nilsson, this video is meant to be a blueprint to the tale of the Little Red Riding Hood rather than the actual story.

[Tomas Nilsson]

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51 Responses to Little Red Riding Hood For Engineers

    • wow sherlock i think your onto something? maybe you should be a professional… do you think the mona lisa is photoshopped as well 'cause thats so darn funky there… you can always tell by the shadow that it's photoshopped and 'cause you've seen so many photoshopped images in your time… god [email protected] it… i always forget that the internet is a terrible place for sarcasm…

    • You annoy me. This probably took this person a good portion of a semester to create.

      Anyway,
      Hope you got an A graphics design Tomas.

    • wow sherlock i think your onto something? maybe you should be a professional… do you think the mona lisa is photoshopped as well ’cause thats so darn funky there… you can always tell by the shadow that it’s photoshopped and ’cause you’ve seen so many photoshopped images in your time… god [email protected] it… i always forget that the internet is a terrible place for sarcasm…

  1. That was pretty incredible, absolutely loved it!

    You've got an awesome style and some cracking dry humor – please deconstruct more fairy tales!

    Top work :)

  2. That was pretty incredible, absolutely loved it!

    You’ve got an awesome style and some cracking dry humor – please deconstruct more fairy tales!

    Top work :)

  3. Great job! Amazing animations! Keep up the good work Tomas, hope you got an A+ on this assignment. For Alex, there is nothing wrong with taking a little inspiration from something you seen. The work was not copied, it was a design all on it's own and a great one at that.

  4. Great job! Amazing animations! Keep up the good work Tomas, hope you got an A+ on this assignment. For Alex, there is nothing wrong with taking a little inspiration from something you seen. The work was not copied, it was a design all on it’s own and a great one at that.

  5. Nat, there may be nothing wrong with a taking a little inspiration, but this video's entire look has been lifted wholesale from that ryoksopp video – more that a "little inspiration".

    That being said, its a bloody good copy.

  6. Nat, there may be nothing wrong with a taking a little inspiration, but this video’s entire look has been lifted wholesale from that ryoksopp video – more that a “little inspiration”.

    That being said, its a bloody good copy.

  7. Great video. Absolutely brilliant.

    Regarding the Remind Me video, I have to agree. I'm fine with getting inspired by something but you can't copy it. There's a reason that it's illegal. The aerodynamics and the street name and the catalogue-esque parts.

    I still love the video, and it's one of the best of my 5417 favourites on my StumbleUpon.

  8. Great video. Absolutely brilliant.
    Regarding the Remind Me video, I have to agree. I’m fine with getting inspired by something but you can’t copy it. There’s a reason that it’s illegal. The aerodynamics and the street name and the catalogue-esque parts.
    I still love the video, and it’s one of the best of my 5417 favourites on my StumbleUpon.

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