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How long did it take?
A weekend for filming, you'd have to ask Ben about the post time though, as it was completed in his free time.All in all the idea was king. Everything we did worked toward that, by any means necessary.
What a great job you all did there! Please, can you add the credits, website and I'm very curious which software you used for creating the 3D models and the compositing of the video materials.
Stop asking what software. It's people that make it. Not software. You don't ask singers what microphone brand they use or painters what brand of brush. It's a illusion marketing created for us make us think it's a brand that makes things. It's not, it's talented people using it in a creative way.
I think there is more to it than that..I would be very interested to know what brush Dali used, what mic Dennis Brown preferred; it helps you glean more insight into the artist's creative world..the overall picture is to enjoy, but the details that go into making it are just as important
Just one thing that I see that deeply bothers me is the line saying: Made with no money, lil time and a lot of passion.I see the passion. But you should understand that it cost money and a lot of time. And that this in fact is a not a bad thing. This was planed, had to be shot, by a team lighting, actors, putting up green scree. Processing footage, keying and rotoing it. Planing 3d design, building models. Tracking camera. Surfacing and shading models, building interface graphics. Lighting and rendering. Compositing and editing. Scoring and sound design.Now please stop playing this shit load of work down. It don't make you look good, it just makes you sound ridicules and it hurts visual fx artist. You will find out how bad it is when you are looking for a job in visual fx, and people say: Hay you say you did it in lil time and with no money!
All the software used was entry level and non expensive. (I'm not a CG artist by trade, but needs must when you don't have ILM on call). All the cast and crew were friends/colleagues. No actors (They did a great job considering: " Your onboard a space station, watching a Chaplin film being projected onto the surface of the moon....and...Action!)
Errr, "no budget"... I guess your set was from the local 7-11? A wonderful film but what a BS opening description.
yeaaaaaah...this no budget thing is starting to piss me off.... someone is going to film school and paying a TON OF MONEY or someone is buying an 8000 dollars sony ex3/computer/software/renting studio space.ah hell, should we forgive the artist for being a douchebag since his work is so fantastic? fuck that im bitter and jealous.
Thanks for the amazing feedback!Some answers:The studio, camera equipment, lighting equipment all belong to an very talented photographer I work with, Richard Mountney. I approached him with the film idea, and we shot it at weekends when the studio was free. That's why it cost nothing.Software used:Modeling/Animation/Render: Carrara ProMatchmove: SyntheyesCompositing/Motion graphics: After EffectsEdit: Final Cut Pro HDSound elements by Jim Pritchardand Soundtrack.Hope this helps.B