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I made a short entry on how to make a weak punch look more strong in a live action video. It's not a reliable trick but is good to know so you can save a bad fake punch in a movie or make some sort of impact more intense.
I know the video is laggy in this and you can't quite see the difference, but the idea is for you to try it yourself, if you follow the instructions it should work.
also, i made this one video when i was 17 where i figured out how to do it and stupidly made a retarded video, but a couple of these are good examples of this trick.
In the process of figuring out Justin.tv I realized Live stream is better in many ways. The interface is more practical and manageable and there's better compatibility with my webcam. The downside however is that Live stream, unlike Justin.tv isn't capable of filming using my iphone thing.
I linked both channels to my twitter account, that way you can actually watch them them regardless if i'm using justin or Livestream to broadcast our stuff. finally my twitter account will have some sort of use. my twitter is HaVaHa
YES we're gonna give is a go at a first episode tonight! If you care to join you're more than welcome. We strongly encourage interaction. Expect to see us bouncing around from tutorials to reviews to just interaction. we're gonna test grounds for the first episode so bare with us.
we'll be using livestream tonight for sure, so go here to our account if you're interested. We plan on starting at around 8:30pm-9:00. we're in San Francisco so thats Pacific Time.
spread the word! we're curious to get your feedback on how it goes and interact with all you jerks.
So me and two college friends Andy and Jenny are working on a couple projects. I discovered Junstin.tv and thought maybe it'd be cool to have live shows of us.
The channel would consist of some flash tutorials, film tips, the 3 stages of production and movie reviews. just general stuff related to the 'entertaining arts'. we're still setting up the channel but you're more than welcome to tag along. we'll be posting updates and letting you guys know when we're going to start.
in the mean time, you can see what the channel is looking like so far:
caution: it looks really gay.
just dropping off the message that Doodlibop is going to be the singer and casting is complete. Thank you all who showed interest and sent me a private massage (pm). Although you might have not gotten this gig, I would really appreciate to keep in contact for future female voice related projects.
Ace Pilot is coming up. And we are in search for a female vocalist to sing the main theme for the character driven game. Obviously i can't put down the lyrics here, we want to keep this project pretty under wraps. But the theme will have this sort of tone. And if you are or know a girl with a powerful singing voice, let us/her know and we will be willing to offer a price.
For any further questions, pm me.
Cpt. Hans signing out.
Hey so i saw this konami e3 press conference. it was shamelessly bad. But i thought the gay jap had a funny voice so i edited this video drunk, one night. Now my friends and i have all these inside jokes with this guy. check it.
So i just came back from a 12 day trip from Mexico visiting family and doing some big business.
first off, I realized just how bad of a state Mexico is in. These new Zetas are fucking scary (google it), and i hope for the best for my brother and family who live there. There's basically a civil war going on. The Government is trying to get rid of the narcs and these new terrorists (Zetas) are trying to take over the narcs. Fucked up.
But my god was this an eventful trip. Good and Bad. I swam with wild dolphins in the middle of the sea. Had heart to heart I'd never had at the level I did with family, heard a 45 second machine gun grenade fight not even a mile away, got stopped by one of the many military posts for inspection on the highway, befriended an american Vietnam Veteran who is closer to being a pirate than human being who taught me how to "rip someone's eyes out", a friend was bitten by a boa constrictor in the toe, another friend's girlfriend became Ms. Universe, and countless of other crazy shit.
But above all, one of the main reasons I went to Mexico, was because about a month ago, some investors were interested in financing a feature film and for the first time in my life I had to talk to a room full of 5 business guys and convince them that their money was in good hands to invest in my first feature film.
Luckily, I convinced them. Not only did I convince them but I gave them such confidence that they told me they don't even want to be involved in the decision making for the project! But that they'd be there to help in anything I ask them.
This is BIG news, in the next two years I'm going to be writing, story boarding, casting and doing everything there is to do in Pre Production to film the movie.
I'm going to keep the details under wraps, because it's still at a very early stage. But it is such an exciting moment in my life. and will dedicate a big part of these 2 years to making a genuinely polished piece of good entertainment.
Anyway, I'm out.
Comic con was pretty awesome. I took a bunch of pictures and made a couple albums on facebook. if you're my friend, go check it out now. if not... too bad. But boy was it a good con this year. the air conditioner was actually working and surprisingly it didn't feel that crowded. I think they had a better badge system this year, so people couldn't sneak in so easy. That or the Recession is really hitting loads of people badly.
I also stayed a couple days with some old friends who live outside the city. They showed me around SD, so it was the first time i went around town when it wasn't comic con. I have tot say, it's a pretty nice place.
I was sad to realize how this years comic con lacked the Bandalin/Partridge charm, but aside that it was really nice. I met Tommy Wiseau again, actually held a pretty short conversation with him and co-star Greg Sestero. Apparently Gregg lives pretty close to where i do. I also ran into Eli Roth, a man I really admire. He's pretty chill, he was with his date, walking down the streets of SD one night. Me and Krinkles were chatting up a storm outside while some friends were buying booze, and out of the corner of my eye I saw Eli. I had to tell Krinkels to hold that thought, because some friends of mine have an obscure inside joke about Eli Roth, and they never would have believed me that i saw him without picture proof. It was funny.
Right after i got his pictures, i impulsively said "You're the world's best jew, man". he responded modestly "I dunno about that..." and walked off.
I probably impressed his date, so yeah... I assume he got laid.
Oh yeah, Adam Phillips came to comic con this year, it was great meeting him. He was definitely not what i expected. In reality he's a cool, grounded guy. I guess i expected some sort of autistic savant who over analyses water particles and stares at things in tunnel-vision concentration... nah i didn't expect that. Point is, he's really cool.
And newgrounds user "Donut" made an absolutely amazing tankmen suit that he wore for a day at the Booth. which was totally fucking awesome. Props Donut!
oh and i found out tom is double jointed.
So I'll be attending comic con this year in the end. I'm pretty excited to meet up with the peeps and hang out once again in san diego.... yeah....
i guess that's it. who else is going?