B-Movie Entry: Adrian Lazar


#81

Software: XSI

Hi guys,

I think that this is the final version of the trailer.
The only thing left is to ask again at the FAQ if I can submit this as the final version without having to cut a 30s version first as that’s too little considering that my entire entry is only 80s. Also I need to post the storyboard before I’ll be able to post the final version.

Tell me what do you think,
Thanks

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#82

Finally it worked… just that now is way too compressed and also if I’ll add the making-of it will be too big (around 40 mb) and I didn’t managed to upload something that big…I’ll keep trying


#83

Superb! I adore it!

It fits the brief perfectly IMHO and is so reminiscent of the B movie genre .

Well done bud :beer:


#84

imho of all the entries i’ve seen, yours by far stays true to the “b-movie” theme which at the same time is also entertaining! not sure if this version is the final since i was hoping for some cheesy space invasion music and commentary, like that clip from Pixar’s “the incredibles” no more supers…the noise and flickering (tho a nice touch) feels a bit too much…but those are just my nit picks…best of luck! :beer:

-rj


#85

Wow.

Awsome , makes me search for the actual movie :bowdown: . The only trailer here that captured 100% the B-movie Style

Congratulations!


#86

Very funny ! i love your lowbudget effect ^^

And the shot in the space city is very hot too, i love it!
the only critique i can tell you it’s it would be better with a typical b movie music like this here.

good job man !


#87

Software: XSI

Hi guys,

This is my final entry.
For me B-Movie equals low budget + cheesy idea + bad execution. I wanted to create a trailer for a classic B-movie: made in the 50s, heavy use of miniatures, lot’s of errors during shooting like visible wires and very low quality special effects.

After having it confirmed that the 30-60sec of the teaser is just a guideline and since my full trailer is just 20sec more I decided tu put the entire trailer at the beginning. I tried tu cut-it to 60sec but because the entire trailer so short it looked very bad.

A big thanks to everyone for the valuable feedback received during this contest!
I had a great time working for this contest and I hope all others had the same.
Good luck to everyone else who’s participating!

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#88

I’ve search for some music but didn’t found any that I could use (copyright problems) but also I saw that some trailers from the 50’s didn’t had music at all or very little.


#89

hey Adrian, great finish. Heavy composition work. Although I am not a huge fan of synthetic film hairs, scratches and other glitches, it has a nice graphical feel to it. Good job again.

BTW: I am in the same situation with trailer around 80sec long. I see you didn´t cut yours down to 30sec so I am curious if that´s okay for the jury. Did you get any information related to it? Thanks.


#90

great! a total B-Movie!


#91

Very nice!Great job!Good luck with your entry!(Arata foarte bine si reprezinta stilul B-Movie.BRAVO)


#92

Nice one !
I love the old look !
great job everywhere !
I wish you the best !


#93

oh my god :eek:
Pretty cool job. I love the style and the animation.
Great job !!!


#94

Thanks a lot guys, I’m glad you like it and best of luck to you too!


#95

well done! this is top class stuff and i really enjoyed following your progress.
best of luck!


#96

A mannn this is a really awsome work.:beer:


#97

Thanks and good luck to you too guys!
Vimmy, as I said before your’s is my favorite entry, amazing skills man, imagine that animated :smiley:


#98

Hey Adi,
Haven’t heard from you in a long time. Congratulations on the Challenge entry, it looks really great! Best wishes and plenty of luck with the contest mate!


#99

Hello mate,
Thanks for the kind words and yeah, here you can see the reason why you didn’t heard from me lately :slight_smile:


#100

Adrian your work really is amazing…I believe for a moment that i watch really a trailer of a
B-Movie film.Congratulations man…Excellent work…
IT CAME FROM NOWHERE…