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XParticipantJuly 3, 2003 at 6:45 pm #7127July 3, 2003 at 6:50 pm #7128
hey what youy have is veryy considerate, you have to understand, not everyones first film is the best in the world, everyone wishes so, you have to take this criticism this CONSTRUCTIVE criticsm and grow from it, and become a better animator, just keep working hard and trying, and im sure you can do goodJuly 3, 2003 at 6:52 pm #7129July 3, 2003 at 6:54 pm #7130
hey take some time, be patient, and try to figure it out, it takes time man, it takes time, dont get agrevated, that just leads to worst things, if you be patient and politly ask for help, your wish will be granted
*Edit* Also if you take a look, Wandrer posted here, and if you look in usergroups he is a respected member, respected members know what they’re talking bout :wink
And i see you have A.D.D. well i do to and i can clam myself down… sometimes :pJuly 3, 2003 at 6:59 pm #7131
hey, tub-o-legos, it was CONSTRUCTIVE criticsm. And yo CAN and KNOW how to fix most of things, because most of guys here have told you how to do it.
For camera work read the interview with Jay Silver.
For lighting you can ask Titan ( as far as I know he works with light )
For animation go and download some brickfilms.
For good story you can read a book and make a film out of it.
I am SURE you can do very good, you just need more practies.
And dont think people here are negative, they just gave you CONSTRUCTIVE criticsm.
All the people here are VERY nice, and eager to help you!July 3, 2003 at 7:36 pm #7134
ErlicParticipantJuly 3, 2003 at 9:41 pm #7147
I liked the lightsaber effect. What program did you use to make it?
This has been said already, but you sould secure your baseplate with tape or something to keep it from moving. You should also do the same with your camera and try not to touch it durring filming.
For the lighting I would suggest that you block off all windows, turn off the ceiling light, and use some lamps. Also, set the camera’s exposure and white balence settings to manual (this will get rid of the flickering). If you’re using SMA, this is how to set them: select options>source, then click on the “exposure” tab to set the exposure and the “image” tab to set the white balence.
I also found your the way you animated your minifigs walking a little strange. I suggest you take a look at this tutorial on Hali’s site. It will help you improve your animation.
I hope this will help you with your next film. From what I’ve seen, you’r story lines are pretty funny!
BTW, don’t get mad. At least you got a bunch of reveiws! My first film only got 4 reveiws, and my second only got 1. 😆
Edit: spelling errorJuly 3, 2003 at 11:07 pm #7152
legotronnParticipantJuly 4, 2003 at 1:36 am #7165
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