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    Thanks Marlon


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    Done and uploaded


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    Okay, Jason, I was FINALLY able to watch it. I thought you had a great setup and I don't know what camera you used, but it looks great. I really liked the opening and I thought the instruments, sound fx and all that stuff was on point. The guys veins and eyes changing was really good.


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    thanks Marlon, I used a hvx200.


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    Oh, duh! Now I see it under your banner. Did you shoot 720 or 1080?


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    I shot in 720 at 48fps in the begining and 24fps for the rest.


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    The blue flash around :17 was great! I really liked the look of the first forty seconds. Overall, it seemed more like a scene from a film than a trailer, but I know there are no hard/fast rules to creating one. Nice job.
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    Awesome set design! And bitchin editing. I loved the pacing of this trailer. Watched it with 3 of my friends and they all said, "that's a sweet set." Great costumes too.

    Music was great and the special effects were cool. How did you get the shot at the end?


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    Thanks Superkid

    The end monster shot was just my actor standing up, I keyed out the background, colored him black, motion tracked some glowing eyes and spikes, then added trapcode Shine. All done with after effects.


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    I know... late posting. Fun to watch. And I think I saw some Andrew Kramer elements in there! =)


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