This is how to find out some of Love, Death, and Robots' most powerful shorts

This is how to find out some of Love, Death, and Robots' most powerful shorts ...

The third volume of Love, Death, and Robots may have been a bit less edgy and messed up than the previous seasons, but it certainly wasn''t short on visual splendor. In an exclusive clip, director Emily Dean breaks down the making of one of the most visually evocative shorts of the batch. In The Very Pulse of the Machine, a lone astronaut travels across the surface of one of Jupiters moons, while dragging the body of her fallen teammate with

The Very Pulse of the Machine, which features many of the other Love, Death, and Robotshorts, is based on a brief story. Dean talks about how she used the descriptions in the text in this case, and how they appear to transform into dancing women in order to produce vibrant visuals. She also filmed herself dragging a sled across the beach and falling onto a mattress to assist animators with specific movements.

All three seasons of Love, Death, and Robots are now available on Netflix. Check out our breakdowns on how much love, death, and robots are in each, if you were thinking about sitting and watching them with your parents (season 2 and 3 may be safer odds).