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    For what it's worth I hope you enjoyed my film. If not, that's OK too. I'm just glad I finally had something to offer the forum for good or ill.

    That said, let's have it!
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    I liked this film, especially the twist at the end. Very surreal feel to it. Kind of a long build up to the end IMO. Good job!
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    Yeah there are some pacing issues. and some effects were rushed. And I absolutely hate hearing my own voice. All I can think is "We're not gonna fall for a banana in our tailpipe."

    Glad you liked it Briceman. I was starting to feel lonely out here.

    Keep the comments and criticisms coming everyone. Be nice or be mean. I just want to hear what you think!
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    Of the "A.I." films posted, I thought yours was the most interesting story-wise. I like the dark stuff. Good work!


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    Thanks, Kaz. I'm glad you liked the story. We were originally going to do a much more ambitious action-oriented piece. But with time constaints looming, we decided to scrap that idea and do a more personal piece.
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    This was dark. But really had me listening, which BTW, I really enjoyed the VO on this. Great job, and the voice of the actress was GREAT. Some tracking/keyframe issues, obviously, with the CG, but otherwise looked pretty good.

    Certainly had a surreal feel to it, and was overall enjoyable ... scored well above average to say the least.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Envision
    This was dark. But really had me listening, which BTW, I really enjoyed the VO on this. Great job, and the voice of the actress was GREAT. Some tracking/keyframe issues, obviously, with the CG, but otherwise looked pretty good.

    Certainly had a surreal feel to it, and was overall enjoyable ... scored well above average to say the least.
    Thank you for your critique. Bobette is a very talented actress (not to mention quite stunning IMHO). We work together often. Expect to see more of her soon.

    I plan on going back and fixing the tracking issues. Here's one thing to keep in mind with the CG: Every scene you see Ava in had little silver markers all over the walls and her. It was our ill-conceived attempt to aid the tracking for an effect we didn't end up using. So my boy Trevor and I had to paint out all the markers. We missed a few in one shot of Ava if you look close. So that was a HUGE drain on our time.
    We had to make a choice between leaving the scenes raw with silly tracking markers all over or letting the other effects slide a little. You guys see the result
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    the VO was good. i agree with envision that there were a couple of tracking/keyframe issues.

    i had to watch it a couple of times. my speakers were on the fritz so the first time i didnt hear a lot of the VO. then i got it to work. so yeah there's my little snipit of a review


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    Wow, I thought the VO was the weakest part. But it seems you guys are digging that most of all. Once again, it might just be me hating my own voice. I guess I should get over it.
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    Yeah, I'm in total agreement with the quality of the voicework. I like the idea, too, and I didn't have issues with the pacing as some others did. I like slow-burn kinda stuff myself. Obviously the CG was a little off, but when it was on target it looked really good. It's a small, personal piece, it doesn't jump out with how awesome it is, but I felt engaged by it. Nice work.


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