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The rules for Jampot's 2015: The Contest say "Must not be a presold idea, by which I mean no adaptations of books, films, comics or video games. Pieces from licensed themes like Star Wars and The Hobbit may be used, but no characters, locations or storylines or anything that could be construed as an element of published fiction."
The film is good but it doesn't work for the contest.
It's not for the contest. Arg said this was preparation, learning how to direct a fight scene, so this isn't his actual entry.
I will say that the animation was good, and I liked how close the voice of bane was to the actual movie. Batman though..he talked just a tad too much for my liking. However, the video was great.
The animation was nice, and the opening camera movement worked well. (However it seemed to move a bit quick.) The shots between :16 and :20 lacked lead room on the characters. Sometimes that works, but in this case it seemed a bit out of place. I liked the voice acting, noticed a bit of over modulation however. (Mostly with Bane's voice.)
@RedBrick1 I only added a bit of echo to Bane's voice, the rest was me and my hands covering my mouth (and nostrils) I did deepen Batman's voice though, and I totally agree with you on the shots between 16 and 20, a nice wide take would've worked better.
This is a nice short. Although I could hardly understand Bane's voice.
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