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You sure roast MY beef, baby.
More or less a sequel to my 2008 animation "You Pop My Corn". Check it outs!
Thanks for frontpage and daily 1st!
That's really impressive work! How long did this take to animate?
I just had steak for dinner... and now I feel so guilty.
YOU SIR, ARE HILARIOUS!! 8O
YOU SIR, ARE JUST AS FUNKY.
I say that because this is really hard to do. I mean, it takes skill and good coordination to do a film with animation that blends beautifully with the live-action footage. And it is that what you guys have.
The animation, actually the little animation that was done, was excellent. There were no types of smudges found. The little steaks were funny and the eyes and mouth on the pineapple just made it better and a lot funnier.
Now, I have a few questions for you:
One: How long did it take you to get the timing on the live-action footage right?
Two: How long did it take you to do the animation for the film?
Three: What software did you use to make this film possible? I want to know because I want to buy it to make my future films.
I would love to see more of this from you. Please make more.
Thanks alot for that!
I actually did the live footage first without much restriction and then figured out where the animation characters could appear after I had already sorted out the footage. The animation took about three weeks (not non-stop work though).
I used Adobe Premiere to import the footage from the camera and cut it. Then I just imported it to Flash to "draw on top of it" on a different layer.
Fun to watch and love the real+animation. I don't see that a lot, so very original.
I like the animation in the real environment technique.
A look at the first day of Lucina in Super Smash
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