Author Topic: Wytch Hunter, campaign film  (Read 2534 times)

Offline Tom

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Wytch Hunter, campaign film
« on: September 21, 2010, 06:47:30 PM »
I got into film over the last couple of years and since the basic concept of inquisitor is to play out an action film-esque scene i decided it would be a lot of fun and very satisfying to see some of the most fun inquisitor games i've played appear on screen.

The links below are to several stop motion animated films based on short scenarioes and a full campaign.

Its worth noting these are stop motion animations using lego, so they are a little surreal and are presented in order of what i consider most entertaining and well produced to...crap.

1) WYTCH HUNTER http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7G7tSkRLj8 (note, this is part 1 of 5. The film lasts about 40 minutes and there are links at the end of each part)

2)THE  RESCUE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A33y6kOIkic

3)HOSPITAL OF HORRORS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdMRK9AGpJc

any comments/criticism etc are welcome.


 

Offline Allod

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Re: Wytch Hunter, campaign film
« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2011, 05:17:46 PM »
Compliments on the animation and settings, and it shows that a lot of work went into these. Character portrayals were nice, too - one major point of criticism though would be the sound.

One, everything is nearly silent for me - even with my headphones on full volume, it took me effort to follow the dialogue. That might be my PC for some weird reason, though.

Two, I think you really diminish the experience that you worked so hard (and successfully) to create by a questionable choice of music. The score just reminds me of elevator music, or early "Leisure Suit Larry" games, which distracted me enough to break suspension of disbelief at some points. Maybe you'd like to get some amateur composer on board for a collab?

Still, on the whole I'm very impressed by what can be done with Legos and a computer these days. Great work!

PS: Wow, after replying I noticed that some page one threads here are rather ancient...
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