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  • #5094
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    Erlic
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    Well, you tell me if this is a test:

    Silent Bob’s Walk:

    http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Erlic … bswalk.wmv

    Thanx for looking! :D

    (its 34 seconds… I think… So I guess its a quicky)

    #5097
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    Mr. Less
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    Some Constructive criticism:

    WHAT THE HELL WAS WRONG WITH THE BACKGROUND?

    Sry.

    Well the walking was good, and music made it kinda funny. But the stick fight went by way to quickly.

    #5098
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    Erlic
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    lol, I knew someone would say that! See I wanted a cloud effect in some shots, but in others it was completely a mistake, ’cause they couldn’t be bolted down they moved just about every frame. I was gonna use my box set, but someone said I didn’t need it. So thus giving a moving background.

    #5099
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    IndyA
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    I stll cant tell if your animation is good…..well i can somewhat…
    THE CAPE WAS IN THE WAY!
    sry.
    Indya

    #5100
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    IndyA
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    Um did i tell you you did not need the box?
    well you need something to stableize the backround
    and just be careful of it. I said you should not
    film inside a box…got it?
    you can use the side to stableize the backround.
    IndyA

    #5103
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    Erlic
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    O’ Okay! Thanx for reinforming me! :D
    but see when I move the figs I would remove the background to get to the figs. Thus when I put back the background it wouldn’t always be in the same spot. I’ll work on more stabilization…Maybe double sided tape…

    #5107

    You shouldn’t have to remove the background to get to the fig. If this is the case for your sets, I suggest you try and think of a different design, or a way to line the background up. As far as your walking goes, lot of it was hidden by the coat. It was pretty smooth, and besides previously stated errors, I really couldn’t find n e thing else wrong with the test. Keep practicing and you’ll have it down in no time.

    #5109
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    Motfilms
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    Tape down your sets! But other than that, a very good walking test… The music was a nice touch. I mean, how many people bother to put music in a test? 8) The cape made it hard to see the legs move thought.

    #5127
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    Stefan
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    I think the best place to sit while filming is often right beside the camera. That’s where the space is, because there’s no need for scenery or anything over there.

    Stefan.

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