I wasn't quite sure if I should post it here or in the VXF section. But Since I want critique on the whole video and not just the special FX's I choose it to be here. So here it goes:
I have now finished a music video that I have been working on for almost a month.
I did this video alone, everything from getting amps and equipment, getting permits to shoot to composting the VFX.
The budget was almost nothing. An underwater plastic bag for the camera (wich I will have a lot of use for in the future) and a roll of duct tape.
Time spent on this video:
preproduction: 1 week
shooting: 5 hours
editing: 15 hours
VFX: ~60 hours.
So here it is
Shot with a Nikon D90
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEB0Bo3Ejfs]YouTube - Class of Kill'em High - Wailcock (Official music video)[/ame]