Posted: Tue, 11th Jan 2005, 2:12am
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that was awesome! lol friggin funny 5 stars
Posted: Tue, 11th Jan 2005, 3:16am
Post 3 of 30
Great movies, downloaded all 3 of them.
Acting, editing, sound and ideas. 5 stars!!!
Posted: Tue, 11th Jan 2005, 7:29pm
Post 4 of 30
thanks a lot
Posted: Tue, 11th Jan 2005, 9:15pm
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You guys are the best. It's nice knowing that sick humour is worldwide. Nice job. I really liked your compositing. How did you do the train trick? You should write that up as a tutorial.
Posted: Tue, 11th Jan 2005, 10:21pm
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helo .j'am polish and write in english not so well but i make films,the last is onbased by titanic without authours licence and fxhome doesn't want to show it, devouted 1 month for realization.if you want to see film:goldfish http://www.videobros.com/goldfishvcd.mpg
-------- good quality
Posted: Tue, 11th Jan 2005, 10:41pm
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Yeah, that's too bad they didn't post it. It probably wasn't because of the subject matter but more due to the fact you had borrowed actual footage from Titanic. Anyway, who knew that a women eating cat crap and a cat turning into Godzilla could be so funny, but there it is-funny as hell. You need to get the Polish government to finance one of your films? Hey, if Peter Jackson can get the New Zealand government to finance Bad Taste then I would think you've got a shot. Once again, great compositing and creative use of effects. I'm sure if this short was allowed on FX it would shoot up the charts. If you are doing this as a career, here's hoping you get a film to direct, and soon. Funny, funny, stuff man.
Posted: Tue, 11th Jan 2005, 11:53pm
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Thanks for good words about my little work,polish goverment is not interesting to finance any kind of movies,but maybe american?,or any my american friends.
Posted: Wed, 12th Jan 2005, 12:14am
Post 9 of 30
I really liked this-- the editing, the sound, the way the picture looked, the stupidness
. I'm giving a 5, good job.
ragnar wrote:You guys are the best. It's nice knowing that sick humour is worldwide. Nice job. I really liked your compositing. How did you do the train trick? You should write that up as a tutorial.
I'm not sure if this is how he did it, but this is how I would:
1)Position the camera on a tripod, making sure it doesnt move, viewing where the train is going to pass.
2)Tape the train alone.
3) Have your actor go where the train had passed by, stand there, and then jump
4) Using garbage mattes, combine the layers in a program like chromy, and animate them.
Posted: Wed, 12th Jan 2005, 12:17am
Post 10 of 30
Sounds reasonible now that you explain it that way. I tend to watch effects and imagine that they are really hard, as some surely are, but find, often, that they aren't...mostly just time consuming.
Posted: Wed, 12th Jan 2005, 1:42am
Post 11 of 30
the second film is onbased by tytanic,without autours licence and fxhome doesn't wont to show it,if you wont to see film: http://www.videobros.com/goldfishvcd.mpg
Posted: Wed, 12th Jan 2005, 5:08am
Post 12 of 30
hilarious guys-i loved alot of the effects you implemented! a 5 from me!
Posted: Wed, 12th Jan 2005, 5:28pm
Post 13 of 30
=) nice movie, great editing...you used the soundpool I used in "ex memoria" for all of your projects. but that's just a negligible detail, it's funny... keep on the right track! =)
Posted: Fri, 14th Jan 2005, 2:19pm
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bros wrote:the second film is onbased by tytanic,without autours licence and fxhome doesn't wont to show it,if you wont to see film:
Both of these movies are great, really funny stuff and some very innovative use of effects.
As for the Goldfish movie, it wasn't that we didn't want
to show it - I thought it was really funny. But we legally can't showcase a movie that uses copyright footage from another movie, unfortunately. Nothing to do with us, it's just the way it is, I'm afraid.
I want to see Korekman 2!
Posted: Fri, 14th Jan 2005, 2:32pm
Post 15 of 30
Do I have to say more?
Posted: Fri, 14th Jan 2005, 2:36pm
Post 16 of 30
The only let down is the technical quality of your bluescreening, but then its badness makes this movie even funnier due to the deliberate-looking stupidity
Posted: Fri, 14th Jan 2005, 3:35pm
Post 17 of 30
Love the film, can't really say much more. I want one of those chairs.
The goldfish one was incredibly funny too
Posted: Fri, 14th Jan 2005, 6:44pm
Post 18 of 30
t hanks a lot for your appreciation and your comments
Posted: Fri, 14th Jan 2005, 11:48pm
Post 19 of 30
Good idea. Nice shots and video effects. Perfect audio synchronization.
Posted: Sat, 15th Jan 2005, 12:45am
Post 20 of 30
thanks misiek4 euheuheueh
Posted: Tue, 25th Jan 2005, 10:59am
Post 21 of 30
I realy appreciate it very much. Nice effects, nice story.
I'm waiting for the next chapter...
Posted: Tue, 25th Jan 2005, 6:00pm
Post 22 of 30
Bardzo fajny film, dobrze widziec cos z polski
Posted: Tue, 25th Jan 2005, 10:54pm
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Posted: Wed, 26th Jan 2005, 11:56pm
Post 24 of 30
pojazdy zaprezentowane w filmie, są SWIETNE!!! krzeslo, pociag, maluch:))
Posted: Sat, 29th Jan 2005, 7:24am
Post 25 of 30
Bardzo fajnie zobaczyc tu polska produkcje, a jeszcze bardziej cieszy mnie to, ze to bardzo dobra produkcja
Polska jest z Ciebie dumna
Najbardziej podobala mi sie pogon na krzesle. Genialenie udzwiekowiles film - czy mozesz polecic mi jakies miejsce w internecie z duzym zasobem dzwiekow?
Czekam na kolejne produkcje.
Posted: Sat, 29th Jan 2005, 11:46am
Post 26 of 30
czesc ,dzieki za glos ,no i fajnie ze ci sie podoba ,co do dzwiekow to mieszam duzo dzwiekow aby otrzymac cos fajnego na koncu,podaje stronki z dzwiekamihttp://membres.lycos.fr/nickdub/bruitages.htmhttp://www.findsounds.com/http://www.fxmania.eu.org/www/top50.phphttp://www.videobros.com/
sciagnij sobie goldfish z mojej stronki
Posted: Sun, 30th Jan 2005, 7:43pm
Post 27 of 30
Cette premiere partie m'a parrue revelatrice d'une suite d'aventures de notre heros Korek , et bien c'est vraiment top , et j'attends avec impatience les prochains episodes. Bien sur le fauteuil volant tu me l'expedies par Chronoposte , j'ai envie moi aussi d'essayer...
Superbes bruitages (...) Encore une fois bravo..., et 5/5
Posted: Sun, 6th Feb 2005, 12:27am
Post 28 of 30
Hmm good job, Im czech so I can understand some of it
. 5/5 nice use of effects.
Posted: Sun, 6th Feb 2005, 10:31am
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Posted: Thu, 24th Mar 2005, 2:06pm
Post 30 of 30
I thought some of the effects in this movie were great, the bluesceening was a little bad, but your not in the pro's yet..Good job guys.