Low Poly Scenes brilliantly recreates classic movies and TV

A Brazilian artist remakes Game of Thrones, Back to the Future and more.

Game of Thrones Hold the Door
Hold the door *That* Game of Thrones scene. Image Picture HBO

Brazilian artist Bruno Alberto is putting a fresh spin on classic films and TV scenes in unique fashion.

He’s the mastermind behind Low Poly Scenes, a Facebook page that’s moving the viral needle despite only being a month old.

Alberto is remaking all your favourite screen moments using low polygon meshes in 3D computer software. The minimalism presents a challenge, but also a platform for Alberto to hone his skills in 3D modelling and animation.

Despite this personal project being relatively news, Alberto has already tackled Back to the Future, the Death Star trench run from Star Wars and Raiders of the Lost Ark.

Christopher Lloyd and Michael J Fox in Back to the Future
88 mph Christopher Lloyd and Michael J Fox in Back to the Future. Image Picture Universal

And it turns out we have Game of Thrones to thank for the existence of Low Poly Scenes.

“The first scene I recreated was ‘Hold the Door’ from Game of Thrones,” Alberto told loaded.

“The first scene I recreated was ‘Hold the Door’ from Game of Thrones.”

“When I posted it the feedback was so amazing that I decided to keep doing scenes from movies and series. Everything just happened so fast and organic that now I’m really focusing on this project in my free time.

Low Poly has already been soaring up reddit threads and seen more than 10,000 people endorse it through Facebook.

Alberto is keen to continue with it, citing TRON, Lord of The Rings, Titanic, King Kong and Black Hawk Down as movies he wants to pull from.

In the meantime, here are the Low Poly scenes Alberto has already produced. Not too shabby at all…


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Game of Thrones

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Back to the Future

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Star Wars

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Raiders of the Lost Ark

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Free Willy

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Loaded digital media manager Simon Reynolds has written about film and entertainment for various leading websites since 2008. Follow Simon at @simonreyn

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