Making of

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  • #381
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    T
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    As you know I’m always working a movie, but this time I’ll make a “making of” too.
    In the making of I want to explain all the stuff about; blue screening, cgi, sound sfx, basic story line.

    I want have this “making of” friendly and usefull to all other fellow brickfilmers, but for that I think that I will need some idea’s from you, some like what would you see more in there.

    The original movie is (I’ll keep it secret, but it’s in memorial of a aviation pioneer)
    I use lot of cgi, almost 60%

    Tell about wich subject about making the movie would you know more about. And I hope to put it in there.

    (I asked it twice, I think, hell my english S***cks>

    #382
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    RevMen
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    That’s going to be a difficult question to answer without having seen the movie first.

    #389
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    T
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    Yeah, a good point.

    #398
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    Windforce
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    Are you sure you want others to know how you made your movie? I wouldn’t

    #400
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    IndyA
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    This seems like it would a good idea to post movies
    like this such as animation class 1-2- and so on
    in the faq section for newbies, if i was new i would sure
    find it helpful.
    Kindest Regards :-D
    IndyA

    #409
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    i need a gf
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    cool! i can’t wait till the cows come home. i always like making of stuff

    #416
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    T
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    This seems like it would a good idea to post movies
    like this such as animation class 1-2- and so on
    in the faq section for newbies, if i was new i would sure
    find it helpful.

    IndyA,

    I don’t think so.

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