22 animators collaborate on Rick and Morty season 3 trailer

Rick and Morty continues to be the most exciting thing on television at the moment, and with season 3 set to air at the end of the month, we can’t wait to check it out.

To prepare us, Adult Swim has released “Exquisite Corpse”, a promo for the coming season that showcases no less than 22 different artists.

Following the format of the surrealist parlour game of the same name, each artist has contributed a segment of their choosing to the completed piece. Individual segments are informed by only a small fraction of the whole, in this case, the last frame of the segment preceding.

For more details on the creation of the trailer and the animators involved, check out this article at itsnicethat.com.

Upcoming show – Hey Femmily! It’s me, Tomp Canks!

Event Plug – Hey Femmily! It’s Me Tomp Canks!

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Had a listen to our Spudcast episode and now you’re looking to see some improv in real life? This Saturday is your last chance to see Beau Windon perform in Melbourne before he heads to the US for a few months.

Get along to the show and see two teams, Femmily and Tomp Canks, join forces to deliver an hour of what promises to be some great improv comedy.


What: Hey Femmily! It’s me, Tomp Canks!

Where: The Improv Conspiracy Theatre: Level 1 / 19 Meyers Place, Melbourne

When: Saturday, June 3rd @ 9:30pm

How much: $5


Get your tickets here!

Event: Melbourne Global Game Jam 2016

 

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What’s a game jam? A challenging yet super fun event where a group of game developers (or devs) get together with the intention of building a functioning game over a set period (48 hours for this one).

It’s about games, art, creativity and collaboration and one lucky fella has the privilege of reporting from the front lines – Mog!

That’s right, over the next three days Mog and the Work In Beta crew will be there to chat live with the jammers and deliver all the goss on the Melbourne branch of the Global Game Jam.

If you’re keen to find out more, jump on to Twitch (you’ll have to register an account but don’t fret – it’s free) and watch the live stream from the comfort of your own… wherever you’re reading this from now. It’s pretty neat, you’ll also be able to interact with us through Twitch chat and Twitter using the #MELBGGJ hashtag.

The stream will officially begin 10am (EST) on Saturday the 30th but if you tune in after 7pm on Friday the 29th – you just might be able to catch Mog and the gang getting up to their old tricks along with some game-based shenanigans.