Looks a lot better… not as harsh as the first. Nice work!
Thanks for the good ideas and the link! I like the aluminum foil one the best as, at this scale, the wire ribbing and cooled hot glue might prove too inflexible. The foil and say an aerosol adhesive might be a suitable combination… but some testing will be in order…
If anyone else tries this, using whichever method, would you please post…[Read more]
“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]
“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.
“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]
“Schlaeps” wrote: … before you know it you’ll be 60 and be in a retirement home….
Playing with Lego’s probably…
edit: BTW, Happy, happy!
hi-liter replied to the topic renamed: Contest copyright/trademark/software questions in the forum Contests Discussion 10 years, 2 months ago
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…
Let Mother England first take care of Prince Harry and then worry about the affairs abroad.
“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]
“macnavi” wrote: Yeah, and you guys don’t stand a chance against that! :wink Just kidding, I hope a lot of people do send some good stuff in
Yeah, but that would be like going up against LOTR! The other nominees for that year may have been “good stuff”, but who walked home with the statuettes…? I mean Viking 5 is Oscar calibur stuff :shock:…[Read more]
“Go!Le Go!” wrote: – hi-liter: i´l try the programm when i have time. but i was surprised how many possibillieties are given in final cut for cromakeying. is that program really needed ? and that much better than the cromakeying things in final cut express. By the way i have the NEW final cut Express HD. maybe this plugin does not work together…
“Go!Le Go!” wrote: the greenscreening was made very fast. and it was my first time using final cut express for it what i am not used to. but as i was taking the pictures in a HR format i was not able to greenscreen it with the software im used to. have to check out final cut…
next time it will be better, i promise.
[commercial] Have you…[Read more]
When working on a sequence, you’re not limited to jpeg format. You can save in .tiff format and then import that into your editor (make sure you number your frames sequentially when saving in Photoshop). I know After Effects allows the importing of such sequences and saves you from having to import several individual files.
“Buxton” wrote: It might help to show us some pictures of the set itself rather than the lights around it. In the picture above, the minifig and furniture are almost silhouettes, which is not very good lighting at all. Unless that’s the effect you’re going for…
I agree with Buxton. Because of their location, the ‘scene’ is in shadow. So,…[Read more]
“RevMen” wrote: However, look for new goodies in the near future.
Please let me know if you ever sell baseball/golf caps with the brickflim logo embroidered on it, that would be great!
“Redwater Productions” wrote: the figs are 3 inc high and i found them when i went shopping it was next to the lego. once you add stuff to them each one takes on a life of its own
Customizable figs… pretty nice! One fig, many actors!
and nice poster can i use it as a poster in my set?
Absolutely, it would be an honor.
Nice set… and saw it ‘in action’ in your Soldat feature. I really enjoy ‘behind the scenes’ shots like that, really helpful in giving first-timers (such as myself) ideas for creating a functionable set to film on. Though I plan on using a lot of greenscreen there are some shots where I’ll need to ‘film on location’.
“Redwater Productions” wrote: its a meccano figure the arms bend and the legs bend.
I’d never heard about meccano before and did a search to find out more about it, is it like ‘erector sets’? Are the figs on scale with Lego figs?
Amped, thanks for the compliment, hope you’re as generous with the movie when it comes out!
Very interesting fig… especially with the bendable arms and legs.
Good luck with your film!
Here’s one I made for an upcoming film of my own:
hi-liter replied to the topic Dudes! – Dual Dude Movies from Protowrxs and Gopedguy in the forum Post and Review Films 10 years, 2 months ago
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