‘Futurama’ Opening Sequence Reproduced in 3D

  • Cho KwanLi
  • July 17, 2014
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The Fox sitcom “Futurama,” first aired in 1999, was reproduced in 3D and published Tuesday, July 15, by an artist.

The creative artist Alexey Zakharov introduced a test video of the show’s skyline intro in 3D and another of a 360-degree view of the “Futurama” Planet Express ship. The artist is giving fans a new look of the show.

The original “Futurama” intro:

Zakharov’s skill is definitely incredible that every detail in the videos is amazing. He used programs like 3Dsmax, Nuke, After Effects and Photoshop to create them.

Even though the show is not on TV anymore, Zakharov has saved it one more time after Comedy Central. Fox stopped making episodes in 2003 and it was announced that Comedy Central would pick up the series in 2009. They aired two new seasons before cutting the show in 2013.

More pictures from the gorgeous art of Zakharov:

Via Behance/Alexey Zakharov

Via Behance/Alexey Zakharov

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Via Behance/Alexey Zakharov

Via Behance/Alexey Zakharov

Via Behance/Alexey Zakharov

Via Behance/Alexey Zakharov

Via Behance/Alexey Zakharov

Via Behance/Alexey Zakharov

Via Behance/Alexey Zakharov

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Via Behance/Alexey Zakharov

Via Behance/Alexey Zakharov

 

 

 

 

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My name is Cho. Growing up in Hong Kong, a big international city, I was exposed to many different cultures and people. The diversity inspired my interest in journalism because I want to use my own words to tell everyone what is going on around the world.