The goal was to take an emotion from this https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_emotions#/media/File:Plutchik-wheel.svg and convey is as a film cue minimum 15 seconds to 1 minute. If you want to guess what the emotion I was after is Ill confirm it when 2 people get it right. It was a lot of fun
Ghost In The Shell Official Trailer
It could go either way here. Visually it looks great, and while the whitewash is an issue, I'm more concerned on the director, who's other 1 movie cred was Snow White And The Huntsman. :ugh:
This is by far one of the BEST performances I ever saw an Animated Movie and I can say it even rivals great Live Action performances
Being a Character Animator myself this is even more impressive since I know on how freaking hard this must have been to achieve.
"HEBI METAL SAN tells the surreal story of Marty Friedman, a nice Jewish boy from the suburbs of Baltimore who walked away from the ultimate rock and roll dream to search for something more...
I just saw this project on Kickstarter, thought you guys might be interested: FILM Ferrania
They're trying to save the equipment from the old FILM Ferrania factory and restart film production. With the recent demise of Kodak I think it's great that somebody is trying to save film in this...
Really interesting watch.
I must admit that i'm guilty of not really appreciating quality recordings as much as i should. Most of my listening is done in the car or the workshop, where there's a ton of background noise, so to be honest, a lot of the nuances are lost on me anyway. My new car...
Studio Ghibli's Hayao Miyazaki to retire following latest film | Film | theguardian.com
Good on him. He had a great run of fantastic animated movies, hell even after his first retirement, he still continued to be awesome. :yesway:
A few weeks ago I wrote an article for The Music Void which (despite not having anything to do with licensing) caused about 50 people to email me asking how to get music featured in TV & film!
I ended up writing a post, which I thought people here might find useful, but I just wondered if...
Set of four 15 min videos by Mike Verta (composer of film scores for a bunch of crappy C movies I've never seen) explaining how he approaches composing. Some pretty cool thoughts about instrumentation, arranging, relating to the listener, constructing a melody, etc.
Moving stuff around the house to do some painting and found my old camera, lenses, etc. Canon AT-1, Canon 50mm lense, Canon 2X magnifier, Tokina 35mm lense, Tokina 50-250mm lense, Canon Speelite flash, Action auto-winder, Canon filters (polarizer, yellow 2, 81b)...other stuff. Is this stuff...