The fact that I hadn’t posted about this yet confounds me.
He who controls the Gummy Controls the Universe.
Check the entire photo-set out here:
Why did they make so many Gholas of this stupid asshole
Why couldn’t they have cloned someone cool, like Piter or Alia?
Spanish Dune comic, Submitted and translated by Trusted Site, thank you!
Panel 1:There is a lot of dangers in the sands, but don’t be afraid because I’m the Kwisatz Haderach, and I will guide you!
Panel 2:Avoid the sand people, they are dangerous.
Take care of the giant worms of Arrakis! and with the Sand Snakes of Beetlejuice!
Panel 3:But most important of all, boys:
Keep away from the grand Sarlacc if you don’t want to suffer a digestion of 1000 years!
Panel 4: Mr Kwisatz Haderach, Really ,all this every time you bring the boys to the sand at the park?
Essential Luli! You never know what they will find inside…
Revelations. #dune #dragonballz #gasp
The code as been cracked.
The Dune Mix, a mix of songs by Mike G for the Chillout Channel @ www.di.fm,
Great ambient music with sound clips from Dune spliced in.
Here is the track listing:
1. Dune Themes And Prelude With Toto & Vienna Philharmonic (Re-edit)
2. Pete Namlook - Travelling Without Moving (Trip 8)
3. Pete Namlook - Travelling Without Moving (Trip 3 Edit)
4. Brian Singer - The Golden Path / The Freman Qizarate / Horizon (Re-edits)
5. Toto & Vienna Philharmonic - Leto’s Theme
6. Steve Roach & Kevin Braheny - Desert Prayer
7. Toto, Vienna Philharmonic & Vienna Volksoper Choir - Trip To Arakkis
8. Pete Namlook - Travelling Without Moving (Trip 1)
9. Pete Namlook - Travelling Without Moving (Trip 4 Re-edit)
10. Brian Eno & Daneil Lanois - Prophecy Theme
11. Pete Namlook - Travelling Without Moving (Trip 5)
12. The Spice Barons - Spice Of God
13. Pete Namlook - Mirage
14. Spice Barons vs. Popol Vuh - Hand In Hand Under A Crescent Headed Star
15. Solar Quest - Trisine (Re-edit)
16. Michael Stearns - Star Dreams
Making this was fun and hard, I haven’t done anything in a style like this. It took way more time than it should have. I also made a new brush for it so it would have that slightly sketchy feel to it. I’d never actually made a brush from scratch before.
I’m feeling a real need for some good sci-fi lately.
Also why is animating smoke/dust like the hardest thing ever?
Frank Herbert used many Arabic words through his novel and symbols as well. And it is here this article will be useful for those who are interested in how Arabic is used in science fiction books. If you have not read the book and do not have the time, then google the title and you will find many summaries by devoted fans.
But the main reason why I have decided to write this article, is because of the incredible talented author Frank Herbert who created a universe that, among other things, was inspired by Arabic culture and the Arabic language. His book “Dune”, from 1965, has intertained millions of readers around the world - including me. I have read the book a couple of times, but it really got much more interesting when I began studying Arabic at the university.
Another look into Dune.
Dune’s use of Arabic and Arabic Culture is one of the elements that truly sets it apart in my mind from a lot of other books.
I’m sorry I laughed.