Not incredible quality but a tremendous difference over the original file
yes, I was going to say, its still far from a crystal clear image, but it’s the best we knew how to do at the time.
is it possible you make a quick time version?
Do you think you could upload the HQ in several parts?
It is possible someday… but it took me 3…[Read more]
“Crazyanimator” wrote: I have a question. Will there ever be a higher quality version released in the future?
Funny you should ask. I just finally managed to upload this the other day.
http://www.leftfieldstudios.com/films/TGD entire project.avi
or since that one won’t work by just clicking on it
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I think my hair must have been ungreenscreenable.
I kinda like ours better, even though it’s obviously not exactly the Beatles.
And don’t ask me why its a huge bitmap, cause I have no idea.
Why does the web page say the deadline was December 1st?
Finally, a montage clip from an actual classic.
Sorry guys, I really think we used up almost all of our Star Wars gags in TGD. I’ve only thought of a couple since it was released that would be worthwhile. Though maybe if we brought in the Ewok adventures…
Right now anyway we’re working, very slowly, on stranger, weirder, and less copyrighted things.
I’ll go with “Stranger in a Strange Land” by Heinlen. A brilliant and refreshingly different look at philosophy, theology, morality, and much more, as well as just a great story.
There are a million other books probably equally as good as well though. LOTR, “La Morte De Arthur” are two of the many I could name off the top of my head.
Here I believe
[spoiler]Nunch! Our pokemon ignorance has been exposed. :wink [/spoiler]
Excellent film though. Simple, but you did a very good job of turning some of the lines into real gags. That’s a lot harder to do than to just make something really weird happen to explain the line.
I’ll assume you asked Leftfield Studios to use that line.
I’ll assume…[Read more]
I laughed pretty hard. I didn’t think it was as good as the old ones. Neither, however, was I disappointed, which is saying a lot because I had incredibly high expectations for this film.
Here’s a leftfield entry. In a nice happy style.
http://www.leftfieldstudios.brickfilms. … tfield.mp3
Enjoy the Hickory Dickory Rock!
Unfortunately all of Leftfield Studios will be out playing music at that time. Oh well.
Since I won’t be there I have just two words for you all.
Dang. I always mess that one up.
Star Wars Episode 2: Attack of the Clones. . . .
sorry, wrong kind of sad.
I already posted this once but since it obviously got lost I’ll do so again.
Thanks for all the comments.
I must be honest and say that you guys always do kind of “standard” stuff,
This must be some strange alternative definition of the word “standard” with which I’m not familiar. :wink Unless you mean standard for us? Otherwise I’m…[Read more]
Probably a stupid question but anyway, is it all right if I include a 2 second clip from one of my own previously released films? Or does everything single thing need to be new?
I liked it till I realized he was supposed to be a hitman and wasn’t just contemplating suicide. Though now the ending makes much more sense. I suppose I just don’t have much in common with hitmen so stories about their moral quibbles really don’t do much for me. If you relate to hitmen well I can imagine this film would be a very moving to…[Read more]
I haven’t seen the original but I can only imagine what a great propaganda film it must have been.
This film was an excellent silent film. In this age of movies silent films often seem too slow but this one kept my full attention throughout. And of course moving the action to a Star Destroyer added an element of humor/surrealism that tickled my…[Read more]
One of the few things harder than making a good film with a comprehensible plot is to make a good film with an incomprehensible plot; but when it’s done well the results are certainly spectacular!
As Aristotle says in his poetics to make a good comedy one must be either “talented or somewhat mad”*, (preferably both) I don’t know which one…[Read more]
I’m pretty sure Leftfield is mostly teenagers.
It’s taken me a long time to get a decent understanding of how they’re organized, but I think most of them are 20 or over.
Saying we’re organized might be something of an overstatement :wink but yes, of the 3 of us who do almost all the work, Dewayne_leftfield is 20, I’m 18, and…[Read more]
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