pesco at May 14th, 2014 16:50 — #1
marktech at May 14th, 2014 22:30 — #2
Three ADHD minutes of "Oh, I know that - wait, was that that movie which - hey, Sabu! - oh, was that Münchhausen? - ah, I've seen this - er, Harryhausen - Mary Poppseidon Adventure - Exorcisalien..."
digitalartform at May 15th, 2014 01:51 — #3
One was mine
zotlerg at May 15th, 2014 05:39 — #4
Cartoons and wholly computer animated sequences are not effects. And it all went far too quickly, I suggest the video editor stops drinking caffeine!
akbar5656 at May 15th, 2014 12:04 — #5
For something as epic and encompassing as that, keeping it rapid fire to keep it short I found to be just fine.
As for cartoons and wholly animated sequences not being effects, I will have to disagree. Since we have entered into an age of so much on screen is animated, historically as shown in this piece you need some reference points to where it all started.
bobsyeruncle666 at May 17th, 2014 03:57 — #6
Well, animated sequences can be effects if anyone remembers the flying scenes from the Superman serials.
zotlerg at May 17th, 2014 07:23 — #7
Sure, matted overlays are effects, but whole cartoons and whole CGI films are not effects, by the very definition. They are not an effect added to another medium, they are a media in there own right. It's not a semantic thing, it's a named definition - 'special effects'.
pesco at May 19th, 2014 16:50 — #8
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