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August 6, 2003 at 3:18 pm #10765
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Ratings:
:( = Needs more work
:? = OK
:) = Good
:D = A Great movie!
:o = Excellent!

“Comical Lightsabres” By: Spotted Cow Productions
Rating- :)

Comical Lightsabres is a short little comedy about a lightsabre training class. Funny, but it’s a little too short. i probably would of liked it more if it was a little longer. Worth checking out, though.

(Please feel free to post your you review here and add what you think the rating should be. I like to hear other peoples opinions. Have fun!)

Date- 8/6/03

August 6, 2003 at 3:20 pm #10766
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Antiggo

ok, but where is the link to the movie?

August 6, 2003 at 3:27 pm #10768
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asaptennisguy

http://brickshelf.com/gallery/Buachaill … lowres.wmv

Click on or highlight, copy and go to site. :)

August 6, 2003 at 3:49 pm #10774
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Aerandir

There’s also a discussion farther down the list announcing this film.

August 6, 2003 at 3:53 pm #10776
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Antiggo

Nice film. But it needs more work.

The camera work was not very good. Here is a part from Jay Silvers interview:

The camera angles are, in my opinion, the strongest thing about the movie. I find that most of the LEGO movies I see are shot from a single, high camera position. Unless you’ve got something REALLY fascinating going on, the viewer is going to feel very detached and lose interest. Bringing the camera down to the minifig’s level makes a huge difference. It makes you feel more involved, like a real film. You aren’t just watching little toys anymore – they’re as tall as you are. [JR. - This is an excellent point. If you take nothing else out of this interview, remember this]

If you will follow this advice you will have very good results!

The visual FX looked nice. What program has you used?
Sound work was ok too, for a first film it is very good!

Welcome to our boards!

Antiggo

August 6, 2003 at 3:58 pm #10780
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Aerandir

“Antiggo” wrote: Nice film. But it needs more work.

The camera work was not very good. Here is a part from Jay Silvers interview:

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If you will follow this advice you will have very good results!

Thanks, I’m working on it. My latest has been utilizing a lot of different angles to achieve some part-of-the-action emotion.

The visual FX looked nice. What program has you used?
Sound work was ok too, for a first film it is very good!

I shot all the frames with my HP Photosmart 318, then copied them over to my computer where I have GIMP loaded. Using the Lightsabre rotoscoping plugin available at http://www.baudalign.com, I rotoscoped the blades in for every…single…frame.

Welcome to our boards!

Thanks! I hope to stick around for a while and contribute a few solid films to the directory eventually. Thanks for the welcome!

August 6, 2003 at 5:01 pm #10789
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asaptennisguy

hope to see more movies from you soon! :)

September 25, 2003 at 3:02 pm #15647
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chris66

your film was good I also like the outakes.

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