Hp Hand Commercial
Posted: Fri, 21st Aug 2009, 9:08am
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|Hp Hand commercial of my life, inspired from the Hp commercials where no face is seen|Posted: Mon, 24th Aug 2009, 10:35pm
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It has a lot of fx, but it's put together so well and all of the fx tie into the idea nicely, so it doesn't look bloated with unneeded elements.
If only Hollywood movies could be as well disciplined.
Posted: Tue, 25th Aug 2009, 3:30pm
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That was awsome i have to watch it over and over again
Posted: Tue, 1st Sep 2009, 4:37pm
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Very good. Liked the music and special effects were well executed. Much talent there. Look forward to seeing more of your work.
Posted: Sun, 6th Sep 2009, 12:33am
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Very clever and enjoyable too. Well done.
Posted: Sat, 12th Sep 2009, 8:13pm
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I wish I could handle graphics/fx like this guy.....stunning and a great concept.
I also look forward to seeing more of your work...well done.
Posted: Sun, 13th Sep 2009, 8:45pm
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thank you so much guys!!!
Posted: Sun, 13th Sep 2009, 8:46pm
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I have a few other projects coming up and cant wait to post it and see what you all think!!
Posted: Sun, 13th Sep 2009, 9:17pm
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It works nicely as way of you introducing yourself, it's well done. Good work.
Posted: Mon, 14th Sep 2009, 1:18am
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Very well done! I always enjoy watching these commercials and its awesome you can recreate it. Its funny how you actually showed your (or actors) face at the end. Great special effects also. In my top 10! 5/5 stars!
Posted: Mon, 14th Sep 2009, 2:23am
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Haha this is really cool, good job
Did you use composite with this?
Posted: Mon, 14th Sep 2009, 4:51am
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yeah, I mainly used FxHome VisionLab, which I guess a "bundle" or a grouping of effects lab and compositing... Im not sure, but I had to use another software to ensemble it and finish it up. hahha it was my face at the end!
Thanks again for the support!!!
Posted: Mon, 14th Sep 2009, 10:14pm
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I watched this the other day, but didn't get a chance to comment as I've been mad busy with school lately. But it was really good so I wanted to be sure that I relayed my thoughts to you. That was very, very well done, and I mean that. Awesome effort! Liked the face, good neat effects. And looking forward to your next vid!
Posted: Tue, 15th Sep 2009, 2:06am
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Thank you for taking the time to comment. I've been trying to put on something new but I want it to have a better video quality, wayyy better, so we'll see if I succeed. Thanks again!!
Posted: Wed, 16th Sep 2009, 7:47pm
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DVStudio wrote:Liked the face...
Posted: Mon, 21st Sep 2009, 9:36pm
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Showed this to a few guys at school and they all really liked it. Very clever, very clean effects! Nicely done man!
Posted: Tue, 29th Sep 2009, 11:14pm
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Thanks! I cant wait to post the new video Im working on, its taking forever for me to get all the people together and film it, but I'll eventually get around it, lets hope soon! Thanks again!!!
Posted: Wed, 30th Sep 2009, 5:26am
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Pretty good effects indeed. I was impressed with a lot of it. It's obvious taht you put a lot of hard work into it, so for that you get a Thrawn Buck.
However, there were a few instances where the aspect ratio seemed to be a little of on a lot of the products. Just something to work on in the future.
Posted: Wed, 30th Sep 2009, 8:14am
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Very good job on this piece.
The voice over was great. Not monotone and lifeless like you here in the t.v. commercials, so good job on that.
Also, nice job with the animation, masking and compositing but my favorite part was when you leaned down and smiled at the camera.
That was very cool and really made it stand out for me.
So keep working on these and I hope to see more of your work in the near future.
Posted: Wed, 30th Sep 2009, 3:48pm
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hahah, I guess the smiling face was a nice touch, yeah I recorded the voice over and over to get it just right lol. thanks! and thanks for the Trawn Buck and for the feedback!
Posted: Thu, 1st Oct 2009, 4:19pm
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I thought it was a very good effort. The coordination between the live-action actor in front of the greenscreen and the graphics was very well handled. It ended a bit abruptly in my opinion, but I guess thats just in the nature of commercials.
Keep up the good work.
Posted: Fri, 2nd Oct 2009, 1:41am
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Staff Only wrote:Keep up the good work.
Absoultely, this is some very good stuff. Great potential here. Showed it to another frined today, and she said she really liked it. Seems to be the common opinion! Haha.