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Star Wars Puppet Fan Film

Discussion in 'Puppet News' started by Buck-Beaver, Dec 3, 2004.

  1. Buck-Beaver Active Member

    I did some tests and white actually reads better than yellow on camera, so I think they'll be white.
  2. Buck-Beaver Active Member

    We shot the first batch of scenes this weekend; I cute together a few rough outtakes that were kind of funny.

    Just to sort of explain this, the audio in the scene is being replaced with a voiceover so I told the puppeteers to just tried to improv some funny dialogue. The background will eventually be replaced with a Jawa sandcrawler. The stick with a red ball on it will eventually be Chewbacca:

  3. BorkBork New Member

    Give him a bandana across his eyes and remove the ears, and violá :sing: teenage mutant hero turtles :sing: :)
  4. Buck-Beaver Active Member

  5. BorkBork New Member

    Now that's one cool puppet! Altho his eyes are still a bit too wide open, imho. I think he'd look better with more tired eyes, but that's just me hehe.
  6. erniebert1234ss Active Member

    BUCK!!! Great Yoda!!! :excited:

  7. GonzoLeaper Active Member

    Ah yes, the European version. :D Apparently, "ninja" was too violent there. :rolleyes: In America, that's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. :)
  8. lowercasegods Member

    Buck, I simply want to say that you seem like an extremely cool guy. Your puppets are remarkable, and you're doing a wonderful job. And just to interject my two cents, I actually liked your original Yoda puppet, since it looked more original and "puppety." But honestly, all your puppets are excellent, so it's hard to make comparisons. Great job.
  9. FISH'N'WOLFE New Member

    Lovely Yoda, you did a really great job Andrew.
  10. Buck-Beaver Active Member

    Thanks guys, I should have pics of Mace Windu and Yarel Poof (anyone remember him?) to share tomorrow.
  11. lowercasegods Member

    What sort of material did you use to cover the Yoda and Jedi puppets? It's beautiful!
  12. Buck-Beaver Active Member

    Antron fleece which, alas, is no more. :(
  13. Buck-Beaver Active Member

  14. chestermcdragon New Member

    any more pics?
  15. Buck-Beaver Active Member

  16. chestermcdragon New Member

  17. ScrapsFlippy Member

    Hey Buck - Is that a Sony Digi8 camera?

    Is that what you use? 'cuz your picture quality in "Bear Town" is fantastic!

    -- Scraps
  18. Buck-Beaver Active Member

    Thanks. Bear Town was shot with a Canon ZR-65. Really you can get good image quality on almost anything with proper lighting though.
  19. FISH'N'WOLFE New Member

    Looking swell there Buck. Buck's right, lighting is everything. I have a Canon Optura 20 and it shoots great footage with the right lighting. Also if you want great quality, Mini DV is the format to go with.
  20. Buck-Beaver Active Member

    MiniDV is pretty good, but after shooting on it for a few years I'm switching to DVCAM because I find the quality of the tapes is better. It's more expensive, but there are fewer dropped frames and superior image quality.

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