June 18, 2017 6:15 PM   Subscribe

The Corsairs Project - by photographer Samuka Marinho. An imagining of a 24-hour period set in the Golden Age of Piracy. Act I Act II Act III Act IV Act V Act VI Act VII Act VIII Act IX Act X
posted by unliteral (5 comments total) 12 users marked this as a favorite
This is a wonderful large scale production. Kudos to the artist for taking on such a big project! I'm just getting into 3d modeling and it's inspiring to see other's use cases. I've never seen this style of story telling before - what is it called?
posted by curreta at 7:41 PM on June 18

Blue, also orange. I'm sorry, but I really don't like them. They're so overproduced.
posted by Zarkonnen at 3:20 AM on June 19

It's quite the beautiful production. Very atmospheric. I did have a difficult time trying to follow the narrative, though.
posted by Thorzdad at 3:25 AM on June 19

I want all of them. Then I want the story that goes with each one of them. (They are admittedly quite pretty, exceptionally *clean* corsairs, but still. ) This reminds me, in the best possible way, of the YA novels I read as a kid that I still have in my personal library 40 years later. They were magic then, and still hold that first love memory, only wiht the extra glow and slight blurring of age. I get that same feeling looking at each of these.
posted by allandsome at 4:54 AM on June 19

I've never seen this style of story telling before - what is it called?

Sequential art. Yes, there's more to narrative in comics than word balloons. There's what happens between the panels also, because that part of the story happens in the reader's mind. That's what makes it powerful.
posted by SPrintF at 8:25 AM on June 19

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