A new little movie…. The Customer is Always Right

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  • #34747

    Digital_Dave
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    Hey gang,

    The movie bug has me firmly in its grip! Here is a lil quickie, made with 2 minifigs, a piece of FIMO and some inkjet prints for backgrounds.

    I’m learning Adobe Premiere and there are still a few hiccups. Perhaps I’ll smooth this one out, maybe I’ll just do better on film #3.

    Here it is, enjoy!
    (Right-click and save as…)

    http://www.productshots.com/brickfilms/movies/TCIAR.rmvb
    2.18 MB RealMedia

    http://www.productshots.com/brickfilms/movies/TCIAR.avi
    2.24 MB AVI File

    Will Best Buy sue me? Or will they just fire me? Stay tuned, cuz I’m sending it to them! We have a quarterly video for employees and maybe they will include it.

    DigiDave

    #34748

    protowrxs
    Participant

    And I bet that is based on a REAL life experience no doubt Dave??

    Very funny… The backdrops really turned out quite well to me.

    -Stephen

    #34749

    WhiteDragon
    Participant

    😆

    That was awsome! The set was astounding, and the story was short, yet hillarious.

    “I want a MegaPickle!”

    :laughcry:

    #34759

    Anonymous

    how did you do that? bluescreen?
    You had a really funny script, and that animation is top-notch! I like your movies. They’re nice and easy to understand (and they’re darn funny!)

    #34786

    Digital_Dave
    Participant

    “Ferder” wrote: how did you do that? bluescreen?

    Nope… think LOW-tech! I took some photos of the inside of Best Buy and made plain-paper inkjet prints. I used plain paper so the colors would be softer and not have any reflections.

    I learned one thing… make the prints larger and move them farther back. I still managed to bump the background a few times. I’ve been sick and wasn’t up to re-shooting much, but I did a few times.

    You can also see the wire I used to “fly” the pickle. Now that I have a new server to host images, look for a tutorial on makin stuff fly…

    #34792

    Anonymous

    gotta love the good ol’ low-tech! (it try and use it whenever possible).
    BTW what set comes with the head of the old man?

    #34815

    Mr. Less
    Participant

    That was awesome! I want a Mega Pickle!

    #34816

    Anonymous

    Hi D_D,

    loved this one. I hope it will stirr a flood of short, high quality one-joke brickfilms.

    -> Its much more entertainment to see one short film a day than 30 materpieces every 4 months. (nothing againts contests, though)

    brickbrock

    #34817

    Anonymous

    Wow! It just goes to show: the simpler the better.
    I never noticed the wire.
    I don’t see why best buy would not like this film. Good luck!

    #34818

    Anonymous

    LOL! Very nice, the background looks better than bluescreening.
    The animation was good the voice acting too,
    in fact I cannot find anything bad about the film!
    Best Buy would like it :wink .

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