Glamour Girl Showdown
Posted: Fri, 29th Apr 2005, 5:21pm
Post 2 of 18
This movie was pretty cheesy, but I enjoyed it. There's nothing wrong with cheesy sometimes. My daughter looks about the same age as the girls in the film, and it looks like something I'd film with her. I'll play your film for her and she'll get a kick out of it too.
Posted: Sat, 30th Apr 2005, 1:18am
Post 3 of 18
lol. Like jimgf said, it was kinda cheesy, but it was still amusing. Who came up with the idea?
Posted: Sat, 30th Apr 2005, 1:21am
Post 4 of 18
The girls did
LOL and It's definately cheesy
I know, but they had fun
Posted: Sun, 1st May 2005, 12:33am
Post 5 of 18
That was good fun, heh. Good effects & concept. Just shows what enjoyment kids can have with AlamDV - can't say more than that!
Posted: Sun, 1st May 2005, 7:11am
Post 6 of 18
errr.... no comment.
hahaha, no it was a reasonable movie, nice effects. Only the acting was a bit.... errr... bad. I don't know wich camera you have, but it don't records sound very well.
I want to vote 2.5 but you only can vot 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. So I pick 3 !
Posted: Sun, 1st May 2005, 2:49pm
Post 7 of 18
errr... LOL what do you expect from a couple of 8 year old girls LOL
and you're right, for this I didn't set up the mike or anything so the sound wasn't good... I have a zoom mic for the camera and a firewire preamp for my laptop with a condenser mic for for real projects
this was a "quickie"
Thanks for the extra half a vote
LOL but I don't expect this movie to win any awards LOL
Posted: Sun, 1st May 2005, 3:00pm
Post 8 of 18
Was quit fun, though it looked more like a test then a movie... hehe, I didn't expect much from a couple of 8 year old girls actually, but they were better then I thought.
But what was up with the big white wall? I think that's what ruined the movie.
But I guess your daughter had a great time makin and watching... Or?
Posted: Sun, 1st May 2005, 3:38pm
Post 9 of 18
That was the only space I had that was big enough... I was trying to test out the widescreen setting on my camera too
LOL but that's my dining room! hehe
Posted: Sun, 1st May 2005, 3:40pm
Post 10 of 18
Nice dining room.
Posted: Sun, 1st May 2005, 3:42pm
Post 11 of 18
not much of a "studio" though
bad sound too... LOL
Posted: Sun, 1st May 2005, 4:58pm
Post 12 of 18
Though it made me wanna see your other movies, get the links workin!
Posted: Sun, 1st May 2005, 5:59pm
Post 13 of 18
I moved my site and I submitted the new links... I think they're still under review...
Posted: Sun, 1st May 2005, 6:46pm
Post 14 of 18
Not bad for what you had available. I'm curious though, what did you use Lightwave for?
Posted: Sun, 1st May 2005, 6:53pm
Post 15 of 18
I made the donuts in Lightwave
Posted: Sun, 1st May 2005, 10:41pm
Post 16 of 18
Posted: Mon, 2nd May 2005, 1:55am
Post 17 of 18
Ive got to face it, I wont be directing/editing the next Hollywood blockbuster, but your film is what I have these programs for, to have some fun and spark some creativity in my kids. What an excellent example of having fun with the kids this is!! The story was fun and the effects good, your audience will love it.
Posted: Mon, 2nd May 2005, 3:43am
Post 18 of 18
It's a lot of fun for me and the kids and it's a great way to spend time together I think