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I can't wait for more! I've listened to everything so far. You service is great to students looking to get into the VFX world.Thank you!
this is really turing great:)If u made this into a book with a catchy name ud have earned some fortune!Thnks for doing this, from all of us:)And i saw that video of a guy cutting his arms with that starwar sword.can u tell me how u did it so perfectly? or give me some links abt doing itIve no idea how u composited it:d
This is great man, a lot of thanks:)I saw that shortfilm of u where one gets his hand cut by starwars sword. i love to do a small shot like that(urs was soooo perfect:))can u tell me how u did it?or plz give me some links abt doing it!thnks and gd job!
The short you saw at http://movingdreams.blogspot.com/was done by Mike and Wes Vasher.They have a web site at http://www.vasher.com/v2/index.phpwhere you could post specific questions.Looks like a combination practical prop and rotoscoping.I'll probably cover light sabres in a future post since there's always a lot of itnerest.
Hi Scott!I just want to say a big "thanks". Your blog and podcast are incredibles! I am learning a lot from you. Here, in Brazil, we don't have such professionals like you or good schools to teach us VFX. Thank you very much!Andrea
Looking forward to your return Scott. i check in every day or two to see if you left us any new "movie magic". i'm sure you are busy-just know that what you are doing is appreciated, and looked forward to.Jeff Petersen
Just wanted to let you know I really enjoy the podcasts and they are very helpful. I too check a couple times a week and look forward to your next issue.Thanks for you effort and willingness to share your knowlege and experience.