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ben
November 13th, 2009, 10:09 AM
Hello :)

i have been listening to the podcasts since very early (I think around the 20 mark) and always loved them and the casualness, especially when talking about BSG. Whats great now is you have guest on that are from the shows AWESOME totally AWESOME!! The latest podcasts have really opened my eyes to new shows out there, I completey cained all of the guild when you were talking about it, love. that. show. and lately cosmos and am planing on watching contact again (was very young when i watched it the first time) oh and LOVE the shaun of the dead podcast, would love to be in a meetup but i seem to be the only person in England that listens lol. OK I must confess im not on the forum very much, im very much a listener not a writer haha anyways LOVE. THE. SHOW

This maybe a long shot but i have been working on a personal project for 4 and a half years, i was not really going to show anyone but friends have said that i should show people, and who else better than the friendliest people in sci-fi :) i woulds love to know what anyone thinks, It may be bad but as long as one person out there likes it, it may be worth it haha

Its 14 chapters all being about 5 minutes long and the link is

http://www.youtube.com/user/hemisphereTV

i think if i got a call out on the show i would actually wet my pants (too far?! ok ill stop) Please watch in HD and the end (chapter 14) hopefully ties in alot of the lose ends

umm thanx guys, i know what your thinking that i just trying to plug something that i have done, and if you don't watch, or dont like it, thats ok, just thought i would try since the podcasts have introducted me to lots of new material (yes chuck you have, thank you :) ) and are always saying about finding new stuff

Always your listener
Ben

LordCorbin
November 13th, 2009, 10:50 AM
Uhm, yea. Chapter 1 was awesome. The noir vibe, music, sound effects, writing, narration. In short, very cool. Gotta wait till I get home to finish watching but Im definitely looking forward to it.

Pike
November 13th, 2009, 04:19 PM
Interesting. What software are you using?

ben
November 14th, 2009, 05:44 AM
i used

Adobe Bridge
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Illustrator
Adobe Premiere Pro
Adobe Director
Adobe Encore
Adobe Streamline (Now Live trace)
BB Flashback Recorder/Player
Total Video Converter
Cakewalk Sonar
Cool Edit Pro (Now Adobe Soundbooth)
Openoffice

i would film the parts, rip everyframe out photoshop them, then vectorise them so i could take the background out and then place them back together in director, that way i could collage them with other video and get some intresting effects, in the end i had over 69,000 frames that i manually placed lol

Pike
November 14th, 2009, 10:52 AM
i would film the parts, rip everyframe out photoshop them, then vectorise them so i could take the background out and then place them back together in director, that way i could collage them with other video and get some intresting effects, in the end i had over 69,000 frames that i manually placed lol

Good Gods, no wonder it's taken almost five years! It certainly has a unique look, though.

ben
November 14th, 2009, 12:17 PM
yeah its taken awhile haha thanx :)

NothingButheRain
November 25th, 2009, 01:30 AM
Watched it all. Interesting. Very noir. Thanks for sharing it.

ben
November 25th, 2009, 06:54 AM
thanks for giving it a go and watching it :)