A Very Big Bang

Wilson da Silva:

A searing blastwave of wildfire raced through the air for thousands of kilometres, burning any living thing in its path. The shockwave shook the planet like a bell, triggering tsunamis, landslides and volcanic eruptions around the world.

The sky fell dark, temperatures dropped. In the dark and desperate years that followed, around 80% of all the species on Earth became extinct. Among them, the dinosaurs, magnificent creatures that had ruled the planet for 160 million years.

This would make a killer CG video.