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One of three films by AirBrush Action Magazine showcasing the considerable skillz of master pinstriper Glen Weisgerber, who has been hand-detailing ornate script onto cars, guitars and motorbikes since the early 1970s.

It’s like RTE’s Simply Painting, only with Slash instead of Frank Clarke.

MORE: Single Stroke Script and Chrome Script techniques.



Part one and the (just-released) part two of Kevin Porter’s supercut wherein he sets out the case that screenwriter Aaron (West Wing, Studio 60, A Few Good Men, Moneyball, etc.) Sorkin is an inveterate recycler of phrases and plotlines.

You know what they say:

It’s almost hard to believe…



Unscripted and ad-libbed scenes in movies.

Some (Matt Damon reminiscing about his brothers in Saving Private Ryan, perhaps) you may already have suspected. Others (Roy Scheider’s ‘You’re gonna need a bigger boat’ in Jaws) perhaps not.

You can turn on annotations (via the triangle at the bottom left of the video frame) for details of what was and wasn’t improvised. Or just, you know, let your instinct guide you.