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Power Ranger Effects?

Posted: Wed, 6th Aug 2003, 3:43pm

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titantiger

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Im still saving up to buy alamdv2 , but i was wondering if their were power ranger effects for alamdv2. I want to do a spoof , and if they do have them i would probably ask my parents to help pay.

Edit: I mean by effects , the power rangers themselfs , the freaky retarded costumes. Spoof is already planned just need the effects and the program!
Posted: Wed, 6th Aug 2003, 3:50pm

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Are you requesting actual Power Rangers themeselves???

Not the effects, you mean the characters???

If so, run away as fast as you can...
Posted: Wed, 6th Aug 2003, 3:54pm

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titantiger

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Oh my god your right , im gonna yelled at by (whats his name) about 3d objects in a 2d program. I guess i will have to learn. Thx for your help.
Posted: Wed, 6th Aug 2003, 5:33pm

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Marek

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His name is Marek. Im not gonna yell at you because you dont own the program and therefore dont know what it does. but do remember it in the future. thank you. biggrin
Posted: Wed, 6th Aug 2003, 7:17pm

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titantiger wrote:

Oh my god your right , im gonna yelled at by (whats his name) about 3d objects in a 2d program. I guess i will have to learn. Thx for your help.
Not really because of that, because Alam is for fx, not for characters and such...
Posted: Wed, 6th Aug 2003, 7:31pm

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sidewinder

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Have you ever heard of costumes?
Posted: Wed, 6th Aug 2003, 9:12pm

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4036Douglas

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yeah, isnt that where you dress the actor up in clothes that look like what the script says the actor should look like? I've heard theyre very useful and are much easier to handlethan effect characters!
Posted: Wed, 6th Aug 2003, 9:13pm

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Marek

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well.... maybe not EASIER to handle... but definately cheaper. razz
Posted: Thu, 7th Aug 2003, 9:33pm

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titantiger

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Ok Leave Me alone about this , i cancelled it. I hate the costumes , i thought they had power rangers just like the walking hulk in comic book pl,ugins. But Nevermind ,