They say "Time Flies When You're Having Fun" and boy have we been having fun at the Crucible Brewing - Woodinville Forge this last year! But the funny thing about time is...it really does fly by! So this Saturday, November 24th, we are celebrating our 1 year anniversary at the Crucible production brewery and woodinville taproom in a big way, since time has flown so fast, we are embracing this by having a time travelers night! Featuring: + A fantastic full scale replica of the TARDIS from Dr. Who
+ A beautiful DeLorean DMC-12 as popularized in Back to The Future! (weather permitting). We encourage everyone to dress up and have fun with this years theme! Dress up as a blast from the past or as someone from the future! Best outfit gets a special prize!
To celebrate this milestone we will be releasing several barrel aged beers from our private stash. A few that we had to travel back in time and tell ourselves NOT to drink ;-) Special Musical Guest Cadence will be playing two sets: the first at 2pm and the second at 7pm.
We are excited to see what incredible new things are coming for Crucible in the future and to share them with you fine folks!
Time to get back...to the future!
What can I say that hasn’t already been said? One of the cornerstones of blockbuster 80s filmmaking was Robert Zemeckis’ Back to the Future. As a kid I couldn’t get enough of watching this storyline play out. The script by Zemeckis and Gale is clever, engaging and entertaining throughout. The score by Alan Silvestri is absolutely iconic, another classic that you just can’t help but hum along as you watch the film. I couldn’t imagine a better duo for Marty and Doc than Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. They’re perfect for those roles. Same goes for Crispin Glover and Thomas F. Wilson as George and Biff. One of my favorite performances in the film is Wilson as Biff. Another home run for Amblin & Universal in the 80s, Back to the Future was one of the best of 1985.
Film: Back to the Future
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Screenplay: Robert Zemeckis & Bob Gale
Score: Alan Silvestri
Cinematography: Dean Cundey
Now lets go for a little bit of modeling.
A mid-poly Deloran from the 'Back to the Future' movies designed to be implemented in Unreal Engine 4.
This has been my first complex objet modeled from scratch and reference photos from the real car.
How it started vs. How it ended after roughtly 3 weeks of hard work.
Modeled and mapped in 3d Studio Max and texturized in Substance Painter 2.
You can find it in the Sketchfab store (you'll recognize my cubic bird in the avatar user ^^U) and watch its details in a 3d turnaround view.
Some 📸 from the upper deck of the @petersenmuseum.
Sadly I can’t show anything from “The Vault” housing more than half of the #cars ranging from a 💎24 karat golden plated #delorean 💎 to a $4 million 1 of 6 🇮🇹#ferrari Sergio. Regardless, there was still plenty of wonderful 🚗💨 such as this original DeLorean used in one of the best movies 🎥 ever made ‘Back to the Future,’ with a glimpse of Herbie next to it. There was also the adorbz💕 Suki’s S2K used in the first ‘Fast&Furious’ movie. The rest are just some legendary 911 Turbos, the 959 as well as a 2000’s concept of the Carrera GT from 🇩🇪Porsche. Lastly, a few 🇯🇵#jdm legends like the #nsx , 2000GT and the almighty Supra MKIV.... Oddly only a few 🇺🇸muricans on display outside of “The Vault” 🤔