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I'd like to personally thank James for the front page.
This was a short 1 min movie I made for film class that required the use of a bluescreen. Hope you enjoy.
Good job. I can tell you put some hard work into it so kudos. Loved the last line.
I'd be interested to know what you filmed and edited that with. I don't know how to use a greenscreen on non-linear editing, and I'm assuming that's how you did it. I'm familiar with Avid, Final Cut, and Pinnacle, but I haven't gotten that deep into any of them to use greenscreen. I know how to insert inert background images but not how to create an interactive greenscreen environment. So I'd be interested to know how you made it.
Very funny idea - and very original. Wish it was in color but I'm sure some technical aspect prevented you from producing it in color... Overall not bad.
- 4/5 -
Thank you for the kind words. I edited it with Final Cut Pro, and used the blue/green screen filter, made backround images in Illustrator, and animated Cartoon-Ray in Flash 8, obviously.
And I actually made the comic room black and white because my comics have always been grayscale.
that was pretty cool
it was cool and im gesing it was har 2 make so i gave u a 4 but it was sort of lame.it sort of made me chukl ish
That was amazing. Enough said.
Man, I liked it but...unfortunately, me being an actor, I think you could brush up on a few acting skillz. But otherwise, it wuz really inventive, creative, and I can't wait until the next installment. Kewl.
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