A Good Week.
Added by Ian Hubert on August 29, 2009 at 2:00pm — No Comments
At our meeting tonight, Ian showed us the film for Canada's exposition scene and it really looks great. Remember the scene of ultimate chaos filmed on the green screen stage at Victory Studios? It's in the film! I repeat, it's in the film! And it is hardcore cool. Thank you Tracy Yee Ming Leong for the cool graphics!
Added by Phil McCoy on August 27, 2009 at 8:06pm — No Comments
I think the picture basically speaks for itself, but in case it's ambiguous, the Subject C mesh will be the one to bring about our demise.
Ed Walker has engineered another ADR session. This time attended by Roberta Roshau-Jauregui, Jen Page, and Geoffrey Simmons. The session went great reports Jen Forbes, "We got all of Geoffrey's ADR done (that we know of) and most of Jen's (however, we found a few lines after she left)."
I had a meeting with Scott Burnett regarding music yesterday—always a good time! There are so many scenes that are going to benefit from a good soundtrack, and so many that are going to be stronger without them, and it's just a blast exploring our options.
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Grrr! I hate having to troubleshoot bugs!
Nathan Vegdahl has been working with Nathan McCoy to setup an automatic “renderfarm” that runs on Nathan McCoy's super spiffy Mac. Ian only has to drop a .blend file into a special folder (via our Internet project Mesh) and it will automatically notice, start rendering, output it and move it to a complete folder when finsihed. As long as there isn’t a power outage, he doesn’t need to worry about asking Nathan to do anything. Pretty cool.…
Saturday, August 1st, Nate and I popped in to Walker Studios to see Josh Truax (above) working with Ed Walker (below) and Ian Hubert to replace some troublesome lines of dialogue. When I say troublesome, I mean that the original track recorded during production in August of 2007 has some distracting background noise or spontaneous sound effect that distracts from the performance.
Ed operates like a… Continue