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    Default Model.

    Five contact sheets, forty pictures, a bit of editing, a cool tune.

    http://www.zaskarfilms.com/Films/model2.wmv

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    I'm jealous.

    Not because yer missus is fit, but because you clearly have a lot of time on yer hands - that must have taken aaaaaaages!

    There was a bit of a Picasso thing going on by the time it finished, I thought....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bert6280 View Post

    There was a bit of a Picasso thing going on by the time it finished, I thought....
    Yeh, definite cubist feel at the end there.

    Being really picky the cuts dropped out of sync with the beat at points... NOT THAT I COULD HOPE TO DO ANY BETTER!!!

    Cool stuff

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    Thanks, yes i do have time on my hands, cos I bust my elbow....

    It didnt actually take that long. I just clipped the pics and put them all together at about the right speed, then just added more tracks that were clipped down and moved to just show an eye, or a nose ect.

    Took about 4 hours I think.

    Rebecca is finishing an acting course soon and needs to get a portfolio together, hence the pics.

    The beat is slightly off but I fiddled for 10 mins and lost my rag with it.

    I should have guessed the sharp eared critics here would spot it in an instant.

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    Great work Mark and the tweak to the beat won't take forever.
    I loved the eye/lip strap, it worked brilliantly. Though if I'm being really, really pricky it could do with shortening by a third and losing the boss eyed straps at the end.
    A great models promo though!

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    Nice job. Really cool it looks simple but obviously involved a lot of work.

    Respect!


    PS What's she doing with a dork like you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArmandoProductions View Post
    Very nice!
    please change your sig pic - its way too big and i cant be arsed changing it for you.

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishmark View Post
    please change your sig pic - its way too big and i cant be arsed changing it for you.

    thanks
    Same from me too, I nearly went to change it a few days ago.

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    The timing was well done, it was original and creative. Great finished product!

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