Father VS Son
Posted: Mon, 12th Jun 2006, 1:30pm
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|An action short, but an epic for certain as a Father duels his son. It is a test of wit, skill, and power; but only one of them will come out victorious!|
This is my 2nd attempt working with the FX Pro program. My other is a trailer for a film called Revenge of Master Sushi. I hope you enjoy this film as much as my son and I had making it.
Posted: Mon, 12th Jun 2006, 3:35pm
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I believe that I can say, without reservation, that this film shall truly go down in history as one of the absolutely greatest pieces of cinematic work ever filmed of a star wars based fight between you and your son.
Seriously, though. Nice use of the SFX through most of the movie and it certainly made me smile.
Posted: Mon, 12th Jun 2006, 4:15pm
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Thanks...I appreciate the comment. We had fun making it. That's all that counts.
Posted: Tue, 13th Jun 2006, 2:36pm
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Well, seeing as how the kid probably liked Star Wars, it seems like he really liked doing it. But good use of the effects....
Posted: Tue, 13th Jun 2006, 2:43pm
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In all truthfulness, my son has seen maybe half of episode four. But he knows what light sabers are and thinks those are pretty cool. lol
Posted: Tue, 13th Jun 2006, 2:46pm
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Knightsong wrote:In all truthfulness, my son has seen maybe half of episode four. But he knows what light sabers are and thinks those are pretty cool. lol
Well, I guess that's what matters... just like English class; know what a noun and a verb is, and you're good to go (That's the way I see it).
Posted: Thu, 15th Jun 2006, 10:07pm
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This looked like it was alot of fun to make. I enjoyed watching this film. Your use of the lightsabers as well as the "reloading" was impressive. What system are you using to edit your footage? I really enjoyed this.
Posted: Thu, 15th Jun 2006, 10:38pm
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The editing program was Intervideo DVD creator. It's a video capture program, pretty low budge, but it gets the job done.
I'm very pleased you liked the film; the reloading is probably the effect I was most proud of.
Posted: Sat, 17th Jun 2006, 4:11am
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You had fun with your son, and that's all that really matters. Awesome use of effects!
Posted: Sat, 17th Jun 2006, 3:48pm
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Thanksfor the comments. I appreciate them.
Posted: Wed, 21st Jun 2006, 12:30am
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i like the clip...keep up the great work
Posted: Sun, 2nd Jul 2006, 8:17am
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Nice to be in the top ten again...thanks for your support everyone!
Posted: Thu, 6th Jul 2006, 11:41pm
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Haha very funny and original. Looked like your son had fun!
Posted: Fri, 7th Jul 2006, 4:39am
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He did...He made me watch the finished product at least once a day for weeks lol.