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Iron Sky Signal – Episode 3

February 9th, 2009 by Jarmo Puskala

Iron Sky Signal - Making of Space Nazis

Iiiiiiiiit’s… not the flying circus, but the third episode of Iron Sky Signal!

This time we’ll tell you the latest news about storyboarding, casting and swastikas. Also Samuli has been testing out Softimage XSI, so there’s a little teaser of sorts in the beginning – check it out.

Also in the shameless-self-advertising-front, we want to get rid of the Chan t-shirts we have in store, so they are now half price. Oh, and we’d love to sell you some more warbonds too.

Signal, episode 2 out now!

August 20th, 2008 by Timo Vuorensola

Here we go with Episode 2 of the Iron Sky Signal!

Next episode should arrive in less than a month! But we’ll see! :)

Ps. here’s a video for the Assembly’s Workflow-seminar, that was mentioned in this episode:


Energia Dailies are BACK with SEASON 3!

August 1st, 2008 by Timo Vuorensola

Ok, here we go again! Shot & edited by the glorious Pekka, and featuring almost every f00ker from Energia + shitload of other faces, cominatcha 160MPH from Helsinki, Finland! These episodes will be also aired from Assembly TV. Energia Dailies, season 3 will run for four days total (Thursday-Sunday), so stay 2ned!

Iron Sky propaganda on your wall.

July 22nd, 2008 by Antti Hukkanen

Iron Sky Eagle PosterIron Sky War Bonds poster - “There are Nazis on the Moon!”

Put some propaganda on your wall.

The Iron Sky posters are here! Okay, they have been on pre-order since we sent the materials to print. A few preview versions later, the printing press started rolling and now, we’re the proud owners of many, many gorgeous posters. (You can become one too – and let’s not forget the Star Wreck posters, either.)

And did I mention they are gorgeous? I mean, we are so very good at finding things to tweak and fix, but these posters actually exceeded our expectations.

There is an explanation for this too – I don’t think we’ve ever received service this good. The CEO of the print company personally brought us the preview copies to see. Then he had the person responsible for the press call us to determine the best way to iron out the problems in the preview. He also promised to look over the first printed copies to make sure everything looked like it should. The end result was that the colors are just right and the posters look way better than anything we’ve ever printed (and better than the pictures above). Way to go, Eräsalon kirjapaino!