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Fool Skool X-Treme: The Vengeance

Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 3:08pm

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The critics are raving over Fool Skool X!

"I thought it was a wonderful piece with excellent insight towards the difficulties and challenges society often bears down on the physcially handicapped, as well as a great display of the greedy and vicious world of insurance companies who simply stuff there bottomless pockets with money, never to think of helping those in need."

-Cheeko

"A super-anime battle with crazy lights for no reason in different colors that cause seizures and has some comedy in it and lots of cool stuff too so watch it!"

-Cypher


That's right kids, download now!


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Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 3:54pm

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I've said it once but I'll say it again, bloody marvelous, actually I didn't say that the first time but I said something similar.

Funny, violent, spot on anime power sequences. And bloody good digital doubles.

And anyone who can get a Charles Dickens reference into an anime action comedy deserves their 5 stars.
Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 4:10pm

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How did you made the cascade with the car? Like when the guy jump over the car. What program did you use.

Great work

Shadu
Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 5:37pm

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Your mean to Marek sad




Besides that...
That was awsome!!! You are so good I am sad sad
Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 8:05pm

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Awesome movie.....
Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 8:22pm

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great job very funny biggrin

The jump over the car was some really GOOD 3d. Some of it, like when Mecha smashes sidey on the cars could have been done better. allthough it was very good wink

I would like to make a short movie kindda like this to show off some of my animating skills but I can't find the time.

I know you guys worked hard on this so 5 stars biggrin
Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 8:27pm

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Hey, thanks for the commetns. Some of the 3d might lack that extra polish, but since this, like all fool skools, is also practice for a more complete film, it wasn't worth putting in those extra hours once the basics were gotten.
Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 8:27pm

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hahaha what i found so funny was the fact, they put so much work into it, they couldnt even do a small thing for continuity haha. I mean the guy in the wheel chair, first has a pair of nikes on then suddenly that transforms into a pair of sandles lol....well... hmm effects are good and all, but i wouldnt have minded that bit just taken care of.

Its a nice little piece u got there. I mean the anime influenced tansitions and all, were pretty cool, and the 3d work was pretty nice. gotta give it to you for that pretty smooth in how he jumped the car, one thing i didnt get, why did be back up slow then nood his head then go fast? i mean shouldnt he have just gone fu** this straight on the accelerator?

The humor was ok..but didnt really make me laugh at all, so it let it down a little for me, but i cant say much, you did work on it pretty solid from what i can see, except that anoying continuity bit. so well done guys keep it up!
Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 8:31pm

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when he backed up he was making sure not to hit his rear veiw mirror on the edge of the garage...I thought it was funny smile
Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 8:32pm

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The humor was ok..but didnt really make me laugh at all, so it let it down a little for me, but i cant say much, you did work on it pretty solid from what i can see, except that anoying continuity bit. so well done guys keep it up!
It wasn't the sort of movie that was supposed to make you piss yourself laughing... biggrin

The car reversing out of the garage bit was just awesome... damn it I wish you people would release proper high quality div x encoded versions. And don't make the "webspace" excuse. A 720*576 DIVX Movie can be made to fit in around 45mb.
Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 8:35pm

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hmm first , i think u need to sort the coding out on it a bit. u put it as an img. But in response, i didnt say i was meant to have started pissing my self with laughter. I found the humour, just wasnt something that made me think ohh hehe or something like that
Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 8:48pm

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You're right....but we all make mistakes and I did correct it immediately biggrin

I just though you sounded a bit harsh "Didn't Make me laugh AT ALL".. As if he'd released it as a "comedy"...

No need to start an argument. I'm not saying you don't have the right to express your own opinions biggrin
Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 8:50pm

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hahahah thats cool tap fair dues my friend, but i hope you know that they actualy have released it as a comedy! hahaha if u look it says genre -Comedy lol its all cool though m8 as u said no need to start an argument!
Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 8:54pm

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Ok - You've proved me wrong. smile

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Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 8:57pm

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lol its ok, it happens, as i said was a nice piece. just little things for me !!!
Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 8:59pm

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That was good.

The Cg jump over the car was excellent, as was the flying into pole dealeo. Good stuff.
Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 10:04pm

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That was ace:)

Not overkill or anything, just fun to watch and with some super cg stuff. How can there be another FS now though? He is a skeleton? sad

The one annoyance was the computer monitor flickering, that took me outta the 'cool' intro and I had to get back into it crazy
Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 10:22pm

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ggbros wrote:

Your mean to Marek sad
It doesnt bother me! I kinda got a sneek peek type thing (i think it was because of the credits) and i didnt notice that i was in the credits until andrewtheactorman pointed it out to me! biggrin When i saw it i simply laugh my ass off. O well FREE ADVERTISING... even though it was bad. wink

That was awsome!!! You are so good I am sad sad
no need to be sad, have you seen the old "skool" movies? Its amazing that in just a few years they came from that and now are some of the best amateur film makers i have seen. Good job guys! biggrin
Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 11:14pm

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i thought that it was great!!!. what program did you use to do the cg you.
i am guesing 3d max. is there any tutorials on how you might do that effect
because i kind of wanted to do an effect simular to him jumping over the
car.
Posted: Thu, 4th Sep 2003, 11:42pm

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5 for the backflip shot. I've already told you sidey those are the best amateur digital doubles that I have ever seen. Keep up the good work.

Favorite Funny Moment : WHAT'S ALL THE RUCKUS!!
Posted: Fri, 5th Sep 2003, 1:12am

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Great movie. I gave it a four because, as i've stated at scope, its not up to your 5 star quality. Its still great though.

:::favorite funny moment:::
right after Keyju's thing, "whats all the ruckus!" where sidey's like "you owe me... blah blah blah biggrin " "OK!" *hops to the driveway* lol cool
Posted: Fri, 5th Sep 2003, 1:51am

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Hey guys, thanks for all the comments. Glad everyone's liking it. Or at least I hope everyone's liking it.
Posted: Fri, 5th Sep 2003, 2:16am

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best parts: The backflip and when Sidewinder flew off the car and into the pole.

ALSO: what is that CREDIT MUSIC! I love that song! HA
Posted: Fri, 5th Sep 2003, 3:33am

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Awesome, incredible, I loved it. The intro may have been a little long, but the anime scenes and 3d shots made up for it and then some. I can't wait to see your next video. This is definatly going in my top 10!!!

My only question is what did you use for the 3d shots? This question was asked before but never answered. I would REALLY like to find out. Thanks.
Posted: Fri, 5th Sep 2003, 7:57am

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oink you had sent me the link before it was on here and i stopped watching when it got to the wheelchair ( bit rude, but I thought it wasn't going anywhere )

anyway after reading the comments I thought i'd give it another try.

GREAT FUN, and once again i'm impressed with your cgi work.

well done
Posted: Fri, 5th Sep 2003, 11:57pm

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Well aside from the ridiculously long intro( wink ...kidding)...pardon my French, but I thought this movie was f*cking awesome!!

I've watched it about 20 times now, and each time I'm still laughing my ass off. Great work.

"Whats all the ruckus" = Pure Genius biggrin
Posted: Sat, 6th Sep 2003, 12:17am

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Oh, man. That was genius. I drive a Focus too! The anime parts in that were killer. The only place I didn't think the CG model looked good was when Mecha was slamming you on the cars, Sidey. Otherwise, very nice. I wish I could do stuff like that.
Posted: Sat, 6th Sep 2003, 1:29am

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Man i saw this thing a week ago...Funniest Movie Ever...one thing that makes it look ten times funnier is if you speed it up by pressing the fast forward button in quicktime...just a tip...awesome movie

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Posted: Sat, 6th Sep 2003, 2:37am

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ok i downloaded it and opened it in the quicktime player and it says i dont have the required compressor. what the hell do i need to watch it?
Posted: Sat, 6th Sep 2003, 2:53am

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Quicktime 6
Posted: Sat, 6th Sep 2003, 6:05am

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Holy crap this movie Kicks but!!!! Now you guys are sweet crazy razz biggrin
By the way this is about my 10th time woching this movie, and were did you get that music that was playing at end? You put alot of wark into your movies, I cant imagine how long it took to make Deus Ex Machina. keep up the graet work.

---!Genius!---
Posted: Sun, 7th Sep 2003, 1:17am

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Yea, the 3D backflip was sweet, but you still didnt answer the question as to what 3D program you used.. haha
Posted: Sun, 7th Sep 2003, 1:21am

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the 3d was incredible, when he jumped the car, his shirt was flapping in the wind and everything. thats amazing. how did you do it?
Posted: Sun, 7th Sep 2003, 5:33am

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I have really enjoyed your films and have got see how you have progressed in your filmmaking.
Of course for me the best film that you have made so far is Dues Ex Machina. I was totally blown away by the work you did on that one.
You guys are very creative and I liked the anime feel. I also liked the cgi.

Now I can't wait to see if you make Deus Ex a series.

Keep it up!!!!! razz
Posted: Sun, 7th Sep 2003, 9:56am

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More brilliant stuff! TS is really going places biggrin
Posted: Sun, 7th Sep 2003, 10:38am

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CX3 wrote:

Yea, the 3D backflip was sweet, but you still didnt answer the question as to what 3D program you used.. haha
3DS MAX
Posted: Sun, 7th Sep 2003, 6:24pm

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Suicide Squirrel wrote:



Now I can't wait to see if you make Deus Ex a series.

That would be cool.. cool
Posted: Sun, 7th Sep 2003, 10:06pm

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That would be a lot of work... crazy

Anyways, we used 3dsmax 5 for the 3d, like fight said. the shirt was simulated using simcloth, which is a free cloth simulation plug-in that can be found through a quick search on yahoo. Character Studio was used for the animation, Shag was used for the hair, and everything else is standard 3dsmax stuff.
Posted: Mon, 8th Sep 2003, 4:38am

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Great Stuff!
The C.G. was cool, keep' em coming!
Posted: Mon, 8th Sep 2003, 5:28am

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i watched this a while ago on scope entertainment. I like it alot. 3D stunt doubling in MAX is something I've been trying to learn for a while to use it in my next film. If you could link me to a tutorial, or maybe give me tips on how to do the 3d stunt man effects I would greatly appreciate it. Even give you all the force I have. Even though it's not much (37points)


PEACE OUT
Posted: Mon, 8th Sep 2003, 9:57am

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Hi this is zaz


This work was...

impressive

really impressive !

Are you sure you are still amateurs ????? smilesmilesmile

Congratulations, that was one of the best things i've seen here !

zaz
Posted: Mon, 8th Sep 2003, 11:25pm

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What program do you use to do the cartton effect? because y want to do a cartton film... i want to use real fiml and 3d stuff and in the end make the movie a cartton movie.... Sorry the errors but i m portugues i dont speak english very weel tard very good movie... i´m wainting the sequel... try to make a matrix movie fan... oink

bye!!!!!
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2003, 5:53pm

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What a cool movie, you know this 3DS Max 5 program, you know how much this costs? Well let me tell you.....$2785 and if we told the truth could we say that we used this program with out actually paying for this program? Hense download it? No one is pointing any fingers I just wanted to know. =)
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2003, 7:37pm

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I must say that this is the best in a while...

Everybody say "Yeah, and nice cg.. i like it."
I mean! come on!!.. That's freeking amazing!!!

I've tried a similar effect without succes.. I worship you mecha! biggrin
You are a master in 3dsmax, I'm pretty bad at 3dsmax... You realy have to spend much time on it to learn anything.

justangel: I belive the cartoonish/manga style was made in Photoshop layers. Correct me if I'm wrong mecha.
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2003, 7:45pm

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Actually, Niko (sidey) did the stunt double stuff, and I did the anime stuff and the laser / skeleton things.

The anime was done with After Effects and Photoshop
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2003, 7:53pm

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You're right about the cartoon stuff. it was done with ohotoshop and AE.

Oh, for clarification, I did the 3d doubles, ans mecha did the car laser and skeleton.
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2003, 8:30pm

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did you model the character yourself or was it a premodel? and just added textures to it?..
Hmmzz.. I've never worked with Character studio, douse it make it easier?

Watched it again... The first 3d stunt job is the best, with the car. That looks just simple amazing. A normal person won't think it's 3d that fast (at least not in this compressed movie) but the rest i must admitt dousen't look as good. But it still looks amazing though.. hehe.
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2003, 10:19pm

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Yeah...I know what you mean. I spent the most time on the flip. The person model was made by me, and it is a pretty accurate 3d version of me as well...
Posted: Wed, 10th Sep 2003, 7:21pm

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The anime was done with After Effects and Photoshop?? smile good biggrin what plugin do you use in after effects? and what plugin do you use with photoshop? cutout effect?

thank you byeeee!!
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Looks like just motion was done in After effects. No plugins. Am I right?
Posted: Wed, 10th Sep 2003, 8:12pm

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I am simply amazed...

that has to be the best thing on this sight. man i htink this movie beat out even DAREDEVIL's 3D stuntdouble and they are proffesionals!

jesus christ i can only wish i was that good
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Some things I may add i think only I noticed my first time watching it (I watched it a tolal of 23 times) the 3d is by far the best ive seen first thing I noticed was the shadow on the flip over the car not that it was bad im stating that it was good cant believe you would take the time to go into sutch detail very nice.

The only thing I could say I saw mistakes in was the shoe thing coldfuse was talking about (witch I happaned to notice the second time I watched it).

I was wondering if any one had any suggestions on how I could do some thing like this now I dont have this big huge buddget but here is the stuff I do have: Premiere 6.5, After Effects 5.5, Photoshop 7.0, Pinnacle 8, and $1000 now how can I accomplish something as good as this and use 3d help me plz.
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Heck, for $1000, I'd do the film for you... wink


-Mostly joking,
Adam twisted
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Actually, for $100, I'd easily do it.

But I'd rather you learn, as that would be better for you.
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well actually I have $400 my real dad wanted to buy me a new camera for $1,300 but didnt get to because store closed so eaither I get the camera or i can get money to film with my old messed up one and buy new progs and use it for props finnaly I have a Exallent budget and the only reason sidey could do it for $100 is because he already has 3dsmax 5 and I dont or at least I think thats why?.!
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YOU GUYS ARE GODS TO ME THIS AND DXM ARE THE BEST MOVIES EVER TEACH ME(OR DIE) PLEASE ILL DO ANY THING ANY THING....DONT MIND ME IM CRAZY....LOL!
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heh, looks like we have a fan. smile

Keep your money. I'll try to help you with your 3d. It'll take some time and effort though. be prepared. smile
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well thanks but word of advice you should never post you are helping me then everyone will get all jelous and want you to help them and stuff "So dont do that people"..heh unsure I feel so special and warm inside.
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Well, I'll help others as well
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That was kinda funny, I liked the shots when he's travelling in the wheel chair. That was the best bit. All the crazy manga flying stuff, when they turn into cartoon characters with crazy colours behind them and the cheese coated "Smashing" line at the end. That was pretty good.

However other than that this failed to really capture anything. It's not as good as "Pharmacide" or "DXM" or even that old metal gear film you did. 3 stars.
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Heh, just for clarification, this was really a 3D effects test.
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Man, this movie is great! You guys should put Pharmacide and DXM up here. They'd probably do well on the chart. Er...don't really have any suggestions for improvment tho. The movies keep getting better, so it's all good smile .
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Um........They are up... tard


oooooooooooooooooooooooooh goodness.. tard
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Yea.. no comment on that 1... ha
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Woo! #1!
Posted: Tue, 16th Sep 2003, 7:09pm

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Congrats sidey. I tried to post a thread on tfn to make sure they've seen your stuff but the thread didnt create much buzz. You haven't been on aim lately...I have some stuff I'd like to discuss with you about the fx shots im working on. Anyways cya later.
Posted: Tue, 16th Sep 2003, 11:22pm

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Who animated the first 3D stunt? Well-modeled, but the animation I can't believe how real it looks...
please explain the 3dsmax making of! smile
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Rating: +1

sidewinder wrote:

Oh, for clarification, I did the 3d doubles, ans mecha did the car laser and skeleton.
that should clear ^^^that^^^ up. biggrin
Posted: Wed, 17th Sep 2003, 10:41pm

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Hey, great movie!!! the 3d was so good! Must a took you forever to finish it. 5 stars from me!

I finally get to vote! I just bough AlamDV2 today, am exticed!

anyway enough of that, I want more of your movies, keep making them!
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Hey man,

you did a really great job here.

Crazy funny story and very good special effects smile

Keep up the good work.

Best
Nachtfalke
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Very nice, have meant to reply to this for a while, but i .......didnt.

as said before somewhere in this thread.....ur stunt doubles rock! tard as said before...many times.


Very cool test. tho the fly into pole looked real fake when he rolled on the ground..and some of the light didnt match..but hey! I cant do that!
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Nice job. How'd you do the anime-like shots with the streaking background? And were the car-smashing shots done with Alam?
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car smashing was defenitly not done with alam. Its a 3D app.
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This movie was ok...with a couple of excellent scenes that made it fantastic. The part where the guys jumps over the car...I assume the car was real the guy was animated. That was amazing. I had to go back and watch it twice. And when he is throw off the car into the telephone pole...Very nice. Some excellent work with those parts. A fun little movie.

Keep up the good work.
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ok hey what programs did u use thanks, very well made, kinda bad sound though
Posted: Sun, 21st Sep 2003, 1:53pm

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Vash the Stampeed wrote:

ok hey what programs did u use thanks, very well made, kinda bad sound though
YOU HAVE TO BE FU*KING KIDDING ME!

3DS MAX
3DS MAX
3DS MAX
3DS MAX
3DS MAX
3DS MAX
Posted: Mon, 22nd Sep 2003, 5:36pm

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I liked the dragonball z style action spots... The movie was pretty funny. I like the cut to the wheelchair with one wheel spinning - good comedic timing. DXM was better, but the sfx with the car jump were money. U guys are very good at manipulating cg programs. Keep up the good work.
Posted: Mon, 22nd Sep 2003, 5:42pm

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PS: You've come a long way from Fool Skool 1.
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heh. smile
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Hey Sidy! I'm back
nice movie tis good
like everyone else the scenes after the car jump were not properly matched. U should pull up the sample range for ur lights. Even in the car jump seq, so that u get soft shadows. And at this point of time using the lighttracer and then rendering that as a pass, without shadows then, render out the shadows with no advance lighting would make ur scene look great. Get in the habit of rendering shadows, specular, diffuse in seperate passes, then compositing them in ae gives u a lot of freedom.
and in place of using bomb modifier to break the glass, u should have use a pArray system, to make it look like fragments. Then rendered out the glasses specular info in another file, and made it glow in AE, so that it would have that shine to it.

Now to the good stuff, nice animation, the anime bit was cool too.
4 pts from me!

billy3d
Posted: Wed, 24th Sep 2003, 1:20am

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PS: You've come a long way from Fool Skool 1.
Man that movie is a classic!!!
Posted: Fri, 26th Sep 2003, 4:03pm

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cool

Dude! that stuff is seriously sweet!

My only criticism is that the 3d characters were a little too obviously CG to be used in such close-proximity shots like the car-battering one. I guess the general criticism is that they weren't real enough, but then again...who cares! it was still very impressive!
Posted: Wed, 1st Oct 2003, 6:39pm

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that was one of the funniest short films i have ever seen. the directing style was perfect - fast paced and never boring.

my only question is, what software program did you use to make those CGI characters??

no doubt about it, 5 stars
Posted: Thu, 2nd Oct 2003, 5:12am

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I must say I'm quite impressed with the quality of your film as a whole. You seem to have covered every aspect, except for the plot, I didn't really get it (prob 'cause i haven't seen old skool 1). Still, I think your shots were amazing and the cg used is just unbelievable.
Did you use anything besides 3DS Max to create your guy smashing all around? In which program did you blend the cg with the rest of the film? Any recommendations for getting into 3d composing (i've done nothing but bouncing spheres and i seem to be stuck)?
Thanks and congratulations!
5 From me!
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fanfilms.....scroll to the top of this page

its all over this saying what program they used


-MAGIC
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filmfans wrote:


my only question is, what software program did you use to make those CGI characters??

I havn't wished death upon anyone in a long time...

But you are pushing me.
Posted: Thu, 2nd Oct 2003, 8:40pm

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heh. smile
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sidewinder wrote:

Well, I'll help others as well
Ooo! Can I be next in line? smile lol
Posted: Sun, 26th Oct 2003, 10:49pm

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Hey pooky Ill help you with what ever you want. Im bored most of the time and am pretty good at Photoshop and webdesign and stuff also some skill in Premier, After Effects, and ImageReady... Well all the adobe products you can chach me on aim my Screen name is Thenewslick . Im not sidey but Ill be glad to help you out.
Posted: Mon, 27th Oct 2003, 12:53am

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Ok. Do you know 3DS MAX?

If not, then how about Photoshop?

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Posted: Mon, 27th Oct 2003, 1:31am

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Why yes. He lives three blocks down the street. Where did you meet him?
Posted: Mon, 27th Oct 2003, 1:54am

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lol biggrin
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Uh, well can somebody here teach me 3DS MAX?
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*shakes head*


its not that simple...

geez
Posted: Mon, 27th Oct 2003, 11:22pm

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No. Learn it yourself. Use a search engine to find some tutes. Or use the tutorials that came with the program, unless they didn't since you obviously pirated it.
Posted: Tue, 28th Oct 2003, 1:21am

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Well I don't have it. I just wanted to know if anyone can teach it to me once I DO have it ( but that's not soon as I can't even buy AlamDV yet....).

Ok I'll go for the internet tuts way, it's just having a tutor is alot funner smile
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Funner isn't a word...DULT... the phrase is "more fun"....

Canta unsure
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Besides, if it's taking you this long to earn the money for AlamDV, you're going to be 40 by the time you can pay for 3DSMax.
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No, it's that during the summer I have a job and I make around 1500. So it will take about 2 years for me to get it. Though I have 80 $ in my account so if only I can get 20 more I could buy Alam.....
Posted: Wed, 29th Oct 2003, 1:56am

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alam is like 87 USD and pooky I dont know much of 3d max ( I suggest you not even look at the tuts till you get it its very complicated) But I know mucho photoshop I actually do some photoshop work for woody, and hoping to do some for scope if only cypher would let me. But me and cypher are getting along fine I hope to get the job soon ( and Im 12 so yes I have a bunch of time on my hands and do the "job" for free its good exparience. Im kinda like a Intern biggrin )
Posted: Thu, 30th Oct 2003, 2:17am

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Cool. So when do we start, how do we communicate...?

Oh and that's 80 CAN biggrin
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Get the program. Do the tutes that come with it. Then, ask for someone's help if you need it. You should learn the program on your own, and only ask for specific help from more experienced people.

For example, I dislike it when someone asks me to teach them how to animate a character, or how to build a 3d double of themselves. These are broad topics that can be learned through a little bit of time spent on tutorials. If you need advice, say, on how to create hair, or on matching CG and real lighting, then I'm happy to help.
Posted: Thu, 30th Oct 2003, 11:23pm

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Ok
Posted: Sun, 9th Nov 2003, 6:15pm

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This was great:D
Though i wonder if fool school are tests for future movies then what movie is this a test for then?
Posted: Sun, 9th Nov 2003, 6:23pm

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cantaclaro wrote:

Funner isn't a word...DULT... the phrase is "more fun"....

Canta unsure
DULT isn't a weird either, I'm pretty sure. You must be thinking of a DOLT wink
Posted: Sun, 16th Nov 2003, 10:11am

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Hey everyone! I just bought AlamDV2 today! and its great! Im going threw all the Twisted Studios films and wow .. i have to say there only getting better! Hopefully i get up there but great 3D and Anime! :Þ
Posted: Sat, 31st Jan 2004, 8:44pm

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back when I first saw this movie when it came out, I didn't like it. But I was a douche bag back then and I get the humor now and laughed my ass off. sorry for saying the movie sucked a while ago.

5 stars
Posted: Sat, 31st Jan 2004, 10:40pm

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Hey I was wondering, you must still have that digital double, so could you post pictures of it? I would like to see how good it is from up close wink

Also, what method did you use to make the face? And where did you get the shoes and clothing, did you make them?
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http://www.threedy.com/site/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=15171

there's a better pic.
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Is the best short movie that i have seen in my life!!!
i like very much the part when the boy jumps the car it is fantastic!
in the jump have u used a 3d model?

(sorry for my english, im italian)
Posted: Sun, 4th Apr 2004, 1:00am

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Great job with the cg! It was overall well done although I'm not sure I agree with your funding methods. wink
Posted: Wed, 12th May 2004, 2:43am

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how did you do the anime type sequences with photoshop and after effects?
Posted: Thu, 13th May 2004, 9:54pm

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Pretty good mixture of anime and comedic butt-whoopin. The execution of the effects where almost seamless. Keep up the great work.
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The old fashioned anime stuff, is definatly a great aesthetic decision. Good directing, and beyond-impressive cgi stunt doubling. If thats even a word... You definatly have a future in the industry, my friend.
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That was absolutely amazing, hilarious, couldn't stop laughing throughout. Was the CGI double from Turbosquid.com? 5/5 from me one of the best from u 2 so far

TVM

PS Deus EX Machina was great 2
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No, made it myself.
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Cool, How long with all the making, bone placing, and keyframing did that model take to make and animate. The reason i'm asking is because I'm making a half an hour movie where there are a lot of 3d models and stuff. So i need an idea of the amount of time it will take.
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about a month to learn/make the model, and a few more weeks to animate.

Once you make and rig the models, the animations get done pretty quicly.
Posted: Tue, 28th Sep 2004, 11:21pm

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That model looked like it was done in poser 5 a whole lot..in fact, i would say it HAD to have been done in there...
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I've finallyworked out how to animate onto a picture background but know idea how to put it onto footage can someone help please
Thanks
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Ahaha, fu#¤ing sweet man! I had forgot to see this one, can see the revolution from fool skool to fool skool x-treme wink

5/5
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Awesome animations of fights and cars, telephone pole. What did you use for the animation of the body being smashed into cars, flips, etc? surprised
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"Additional help by Marek's crappy sigs"

lmao. I missed that previously.
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Hybrid-Halo wrote:

"Additional help by Marek's crappy sigs"

lmao. I missed that previously.
Rock!
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excellent I loved this short movie , absolutely superb
Posted: Sat, 20th Aug 2005, 12:21am

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That was a hilarious movie. I don't have much to say, exept that it was really funny. lol
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the 3d person animation stuff was so awesome!

Great job!
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Awesome! An incredible piece of work! I couldn't convince you to work with us on our independent film could I?

It's an anime style film with an original story.

Please check it out!

http://www.geocities.com/juidar/JUIGADOR_PRODUCTIONS.html
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i know this movie is old but i was wondering how you made the 3d guy and what did you make him in... i've havent seen anything like that on effects home.

oh... can you do that 3d human thing in blender 3d

5/5 hugegrin
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Good oll Fool Skool X-Treme.. It still rocks!