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Tag: 8 bit

Making A Cartoon Movie 12: Oh Crap, How Do I Make A Movie?

by | Posted September 13, 2016 | Blog
Continued from last week: What To Do When You Horrifically Fail At Crowdfunding Last week I spoke about how we’d failed crowdfunding, left with

Thankyou for Kickstarting The Hit Squad

by | Posted April 2, 2013 | Blog, News
A rambly thankyou video for funding The Hit Squad!

Another screenshot of The Hit Squad

by | Posted March 21, 2013 | Blog, News
 movie! Anything seem familiar?

Why Kickstarter? Why Now?

by | Posted February 25, 2013 | Blog, News
Ok, so I just launched a Kickstarter for my 8 bit movie (CLICK HERE etc). We did some crowdfunding last year and raised enough to get the movie into p

The Hit Squad: Hitting A Stride

by | Posted February 3, 2013 | Blog, News
The Hit Squad has been bounding along lately, it really feels like its moving forward. As I’ve said before. I completely underestimated the amount

The Hit Squad update: In The Middle

by | Posted January 22, 2013 | Blog, News
Ok, so its been a little while since I last gave a proper update on the state of the movie. People have been asking a fair amount on its whereabouts.

Making An 8 Bit Movie – An insight

by | Posted January 19, 2013 | Blog, News
Had a few requests lately on how I’m making The Hit Squad movie, so heres a semi-techy insight for those who are interested… So, all of the pixel

THE CRABULATOR! – New awesome 8 bit NES videogame!

by | Posted January 30, 2012 | Videos
The Crabulator is the newest and bestest game for the NES (Actually for the Massivesystem Entertainment System). Originally scheduled for release in t

How to make a web series – 2 Developing a series

by | Posted December 10, 2011 | Blog, Videos
The Super Pixel Brothers talk about how to develop an idea for a web series. We talk about our upcoming project Binary Saga and the development of tha

Super Pixel Brothers announced!

by | Posted October 31, 2011 | News
Hello, we are the Super Pixel Brothers. A small (yet lovable) filmmaking team, combining comedy and pixel animation to create one massively underwhelm