I am beyond excited for this!!!Are those bullets 3D? Hitfilm particle effect? Animated stock footage?! SHARE YOUR SECRETS!
There are no secrets:https://vimeo.com/74116547
YES. Bring it on.Love the idea of that car shot, with the bullets flying past camera as the car moves. LOCKOUT was packed full of inventive shots, even though the story was quite a standard shootout. You always manage to add a fresh twist to the action genre.What kind of running time are you aiming for?
Unfortunately, the production of the new short had to be suspended. Too hard for our level. Organize such a difficult shot without a budget was harder than we thought. But we not stop, because the script we all love, and we are confident that the result will be a breakthrough work.In the meantime, I received the first order for the official promotional video. So I can call myself a professional or sort of.))In my first job as a director I was again greatly helped Hitfilm. See for yourself:http://youtu.be/T-ZWzJqZrSc
That was amazing. Was that 100% HitFilm, even sound?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibVkylBfkmwPS. On Youtube there are English subtitles!
Well, you got me wondering what it's about!
On YouTube must be English subtitles. Strange that I do not see them here. But trailers must intrigue the audience.))
Watched again with the subtitles and now I'm more intrigued than ever!
I was the same as StormyKnight - it didn't occur to me the first time to put on subtitles - and I was still impressed!Now watching it with the text it brings a whole other level of intensity!Do you use the same environment on some of your projects? I would say that it is usually good to mix them up as your action scenes are quite similar, but you always manage to stop it from seeming "samey" by adding in things like - oh I don't know - someone attacking someone else with an unplugged television!Keep it up - can't wait to see the finished version.
KirstieT, thank you! But I do not quite understand what you mean by "environment".
No problem - I can remember writing this and scratching my head for the word. I think I still got it wrong!I meant location - do you use the same location for each shoot or is there an amazing abundance of awesome looking run down buildings where you live?
Abandoned buildings are all similar to each other.)) Find different locations where you can shoot for free and not very far is hard. But until now, I make all my projects in different places. Except LaserTag commercial and upcoming Stalingrad - they filmed in the same place.