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The animation and set design were pretty good, though you would probably benefit from a higher FPS. The shortcomings were really down to the editing and music choice; there were a lot of slightly random transitions and the occasional freeze frame which affected the pace of the film, the music choice really didn't do much for it, and has been overused in films, you can find a lot of royalty free music on the web that would be more appropriate (Take a look at Kevin Macleod's music http://incompetech.com, its royalty free and doesn't cost anything to download).
Aside from flaws in editing, your animation has real potential and I'm keen to see what you do in the future
Thanks for the feedback!:)
I am aware of incompetech but I find that to many brickfilmers use the same tracks from the site over and over again. I think I may try and get some practice using garageband loops. I am at the moment starting to get a hang of putting a good film together in iMovie. Do you know any free easy movie editing programs for mac that could benefit me?
Last edited by BrickCorp45 (July 4, 2012 (05:29am))
That wasn't me :S I actually just gave it 3
Also, in answer to your question about free editing software; I know there are various programs out there but I personally haven't used any, but as far as I'm aware iMovie is a perfectly capable program for editing
Though if you start getting more serious about making films, You would certainly benefit from spending £50-£100 ($100-$200) on some decent software
Last edited by Saminatorger (July 4, 2012 (05:30am))
Yeah, I agree with Saminatorger, you need better music. I could tell that was from iMovie loops. Good animation though! I liked your effects! Did you have a whole city for the film?
hey the film set was not a whole city it was the medieval market village houses and a few others houses in the background with road plates!
would you also plz rate the film:)
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