“hali” wrote: [quote=”Sketchy”]But it would be hard to get the illusion of a grenade going off with paper, go for the computer effects. Or, how about both live and computer effects?
Step 1: Visit Brick-Tastic! Films
Step 2: Scroll down a bit and download the 946kb film RP2020
Step 3: Play film and watch Grenade Explode
Step 4: Check…[Read more]
But it would be hard to get the illusion of a grenade going off with paper, go for the computer effects. Or, how about both live and computer effects?
I’m not saying its bad not to have special effects in a film, I was just suggesting that it would make it more cooler as it is a Matrix film after all.
I enjoyed both films too. You obviously recorded the music from the film by Jay with a microphone, and then changed the tempo a bit, am I right Bluntman?
It was great to finally see a new Bluntmation. I enjoyed the joke in the film, the set design was nice, the music was all good, and it was easy to…[Read more]
Strider, I think that he has compressed it fine. Don’t forget that it is full of special effects, so that increases the file size. It is also over 5 minuets long, so 13 megs isn’t that much for a 5 minuet film.
Here’s my short review:
I very much enjoyed this film The special effects were well done, animation was ok, and the sets and…[Read more]
Yep, I know my suggestion shouldn’t be copied exactly to create a God effect, but I was just giving CreativeLego289 an idea of how to go about it, as if you had seen my recent British Soldier Revenge film, you would have realised that this picture was taken from that. What makes it look infared is mainly the green background, red figure colour. …[Read more]
I know just what to do. Follow these steps, and it should work (It has worked for my Solid Snake custom Lego fig, and still stays on to this day, and will come off when ever I decide to take it off, although I won’t )
1.) Gather a very small piece of blu-tak.
2.) Put it on the back of the printed costume
3.) With…[Read more]
“kylepro88″ wrote: Jeeze sketchy you must have alot of RAM to have all those programs running on your comp at once. I would never be able to do that. Lucky :wink
I can have a lot more programs open than the ones in that image I’m using a laptop, but soon getting a desktop computer, which will have more RAM. Yay for…[Read more]
Do you mean somthing like this?
If so, open up Photoshop, select the brush, then select the colour, change the opacity to somthing around 60, then start painting.
Hope it helps,
Nice film Karateguy. I liked the sound, special effects, and the plot. The mini-fig’s eyes closing was very well done. Its a shame that the entry was late, cause I think you would have one somthing. The atmosphere of the film was also very well done.
Well, I thourght you did a good job on this film. It was pretty funny, and the fighting looked good.
Sure, it would have been better with sound, but its fine the way it is, and is a smaller file size due to there being no sound.
Hey Jay, Awesome job at making a fig “come to life”. It was filmed at 30 Frames Per Second right? Great smooth animation, good voice acting, brilliant picture quality, great sound, cool special effects, and also funny makes this short one of my favorites.
I basically only put detailed descriptions of my characters in a film when i’m showing it to people who are doing a voice in the movie (e.g: I include a description of all the main characters, have a picture of them, add their age, and a few other stuff).
Then, for the script, I just write what the character is saying below a capital lettered…[Read more]
Go with one shirt, 2 designs. People can get the best of both worlds, and it saves the green stuff for you incase one of the designs on one of the 2 shirts doesn’t sell well.
How about Doug’s design on the front of the t-shirt, and Buxton’s filmstrip idea on the back? Just a thourght.
Sketchy replied to the topic Sketchy Dude's back in British Soldier Revenge *** in the forum Post and Review Films 11 years, 4 months ago
“yodablob” wrote: bad frame rate though
Hmmm, it was filmed at 15 Frames Per Second. Maybe its the compression that made it bad?
Timboh, since you have Adobe Premiere now, i’d use that for Bluescreening. The results are better. You can export your work into a frame. BSOL is better for erasing wires and objects such as that.
Good work by the way
I had a few name ideas for my site and alias. There was:
* “Sniper”, and have my site called “Sniper Studios”?
* Jet Raven (Like that film I was doing)
*Razor. And have my site named “Razor Animations” or somthing.
Just some crappy name ideas I had. Feel free to use them, although they do sound crap.
So there’s going to be a battle eh? Sounds cool to me Good luck with it, and if your looking for animation help, either ask or look in the Animation and Effects section.
I suck at welcoming people, but, welcome
Looking forward to your flick,
I really need to get Alam DV2…..or 3 perhaps. Is it still $49.95 in the U.S.A?
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