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Live Action PLUS Animation, Critique It!

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Live Action PLUS Animation, Critique It!

Postby ABHaze » Wed Mar 09, 2011 10:09 am

Hi Guys, I didn't find an Intro thread but figured this is good a place as any to get started:
I'm Aaron, I'm just getting into forums; I guess you could say I'm a little behind the times here but I've been working with a crew on some webisodes that incorporate live action shot on green screen and then animated over (I'll drop the link below and would love to hear your feedback!)

The Immoral Dr. Dicqer:

I had never worked on something like this before and now my interest is peaked! had no idea there were so many communities dedicated to the art of animation!

So, thanks for having me. I'm looking forward to learning about your projects, techniques and sharing mine.

Best to you all,
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Re: Live Action PLUS Animation, Critique It!

Postby Charles » Wed Mar 09, 2011 5:26 pm

Welcome to AN Aaron.

It's an interesting technique and you handle it nicely. The subject is bizarre and the story intriguing. This approach to your film helps to create a sense of surrealism which enhances the narrative. Very cool.

This is really different. Thanks for bringing it to our attention. Looking forward to more.

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