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  • hi-liter replied to the topic Into the ether in the forum Community 10 years ago

    “richardfrost” wrote: If you are not an artist, butt out of this thread.

    There’s a big difference in being an artist and being an artistic jerk. You can be passionate about what you do and not venomus in displaying your ire. Rev has a good point, Blunty is a leader, a figure head, he shouldn’t act like some pissy little twit because others…[Read more]

    10 years ago
  • hi-liter replied to the topic Into the ether in the forum Community 10 years ago

    “RevMen” wrote: As leaders of the community, Nate, it is our duty to exercise restraint, patience, and wisdom when times of conflict arise. We’re forced to set examples for a group of people that’s mostly 15 year olds. Many of these kids look up to you and respect you. Perhaps it’s not ideal, but that’s the situation we are faced with.

    Rev,…[Read more]

    10 years ago
  • hi-liter replied to the topic Into the ether in the forum Community 10 years ago

    “blunty” wrote: (I know how you Americans hate acknowledging the world outside your boarders)

    What are you talking about, California is the world! Australia, that’s where Sea World is, right? Just south of Carlsbad (LegoLand)???

    Okay so you’re passionate about your art, that can be seen in your films and you want Todd to get the message (if…[Read more]

    10 years ago
  • “Lechnology” wrote:

    Stop whining about those copyright and go make a movie.

    It’s not about the whining, it’s just the precautionary approach, making sure that we don’t infringe copyright and trademark laws, given that our entries may end up being included in a DVD that is to be sold for profit. I’ll let someone else go in depth about…

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    10 years ago
  • hi-liter replied to the topic Declaration of Revocation in the forum Community 10 years ago

    Let Mother England first take care of Prince Harry and then worry about the affairs abroad. :D

    10 years ago
  • “m1rk0″ wrote: RevMen, do you have any idea yet how expensive shipping to europe will be? Will it survive the travel? I tried to look for material like that here, but cannot find anything suitable.

    I also looked for “greenscreen” at Ebay but I only found this :).

    Looking at your link… I tried ‘chromakey’ and came up with a few hits…[Read more]

    10 years, 1 month ago
  • “Blunty” wrote: [quote=”WeirdEars”]OK, I’ve just got this COOL new movie software
    (a legit copy of Adobe Premiere, I cancelled the illegitemate one for obvious purposes)

    Yeah right.

    The lamborghini suddenly but slowly flies

    Suddenly But slowly? sorry, [scotty] I canne break the laws of physics! [/scotty][/quote]
    :lol:

    [bones]”Dammit…[Read more]

    10 years, 2 months ago
  • “RevMen” wrote:

    I can’t make my own…My parents wouldn’t be too keen on me blowing up the house!

    Well, start small and work your way up. Start by blowing up the shed, your dog, or maybe your garage. Your parents will warm up to the idea eventually.

    :lol:

    And, besides W.E., you can always make them look bigger in ‘post’…

    10 years, 2 months ago
  • I’m really not sure if I can help… offer the whiny range you may need but I recorded a test and sent that to your email address. If I’m close enough for your needs, let me know.

    10 years, 2 months ago
  • Just did a quick search on ebay and found the Vegas Movie Studio for well under a hundred bucks…. if that helps…

    10 years, 2 months ago
  • You should check out ‘the making of the viking five’ as it deals with some green/blue screen issues. After Effects chroma-keying isn’t that great, lot of pixelation around the edges of my test subject and holes in my foreground items (like you’ve experienced with your test). The best tool/software I’ve tried is called dvmattepro which is awesome.…[Read more]

    10 years, 2 months ago
  • Hey, pretty nice!! 8-)

    I especially liked the shot down the corridor as the minifig climbed up and in.

    The legs were the only bad part… distracting part… if you moved the camera in a bit so that most, if not all the legs were out of frame it wouldn’t look like a dolphin kick as he climbed… :?

    Great work though! :D

    10 years, 2 months ago
  • hi-liter replied to the topic 2004 Wrap up in the forum Community 10 years, 3 months ago

    Hey, great idea…

    Favorite movie(s): The Incredibles, House of Flying Daggers
    Favorite song(s): Pretty much anything on Switchfoots’ album ‘Beautiful Letdown’ (but if I had to choose: Meant to Live)
    Favorite brickfilm(s): Being new to Brickfilms, I have to say that Bluntman’s Duel, Fly and Guard were fav’s. (and also Leftfields’…[Read more]

    10 years, 3 months ago
  • There’s also a good discussion on the subject a bit further down in this folder… look for the title: “Highest Quality Image Format?”

    Read through for some good information.

    10 years, 3 months ago
  • “Lechnology” wrote: I did a ladder climb on my Holiday Gift movie, but the angle is positioned directly behind the climber, so you can’t really judge the quality of the climb.

    It was pretty good! I even backed it up so I could watch it again to see what you did. The angle concealed the arms mostly, and let the motion of the legs convey the…[Read more]

    10 years, 3 months ago
  • The program you use to import/save to the computer… check to see if it has an export option or a pulldown menu when you ‘save as’ because, generally you can change format settings that way. Read through the ‘Highest Quality Image Format’ thread in this folder (hardware and software) as there’s quite a bit of information on different formats and…[Read more]

    10 years, 3 months ago
  • Well, what are the formats supported by ‘Elements’? It may be that you have to import your footage via one program, convert it into the format that is supported by Premiere and then import it into that program for editing…. or get a camera that is supported by the software.

    10 years, 3 months ago
  • I have to admit Josh’s 2nd entry is a lot like hitting your funny-bone. It hurts, but you can’t stop laughing about it.

    Now about voting… do we get to use punch cards?

    10 years, 3 months ago
  • “ac legomation” wrote: :? :? does ne body out there know of a way to make a MINIFIG climb a small ladder fairly smoothly and effectivly? :? :?

    Just a thought… you might do an upper-body shot with the climbing being conveyed through the arms/body motion…

    10 years, 3 months ago