Hello all! I wanted to share my thoughts on our Sundance 2012 show.
First of all, we played ALL NEW records. I'm enormously proud of us as a production compan...
It's certainly a much more ambitious story to tell than the first installment of Morgan M. Morgansen. So this version is less complete than the "white walls" version of that last episode. We got a lot of work ahead of us with this one!
Time to get to work on the visuals. Lawrie Brewster, this one has a hell of a lot more settings than the last one. I'm hoping the hitRECord contingent of graphic artists can rally round and pull together on this one.
I want to do another pass on the voice over. There's the characters' gibberish to add, sound effects. And of course, music!
This is the closest I could come to a file that would fit within our video player's 500MB limit. But I'm gonna upload another higher-res file as well for those of you (and there better be a lot!) who want to download it and start adding to it.
Isac just uploaded this picture (see resource) and it reminded me of my poem. This image is so strong and beautiful. So I'm linking them together here (maybe one of you knows how to ...
If anyone's interested I can upload a zipped PSD with the layers to make the stars and snow move.
Dolphin challenged me to write something for megancarnes Waltz of the Freaks. I put it on and listened and this is what came out. I'm quite pleased actually.
This fellow called Fred,
And the children would jeer,
Hey guys so this is it - the last version (that im doing at least) of Turnip Man.
*Gary Oldman sound improvement.*
In other cool news, a couple of minor/regional fests would love to screen this, so just wondering if its cool to let it get screened obviously it would be CLARLY credited as a hitrecord collaborative production!
Just would be awesome to get this in front of a theatre audience! X
Hope you enjoy guys!
- Turnip Head (score)
my score for the turnip head film! let me know what you think!
i had marieiv's animation start at 00:06:14:64 and it synced up quite well.
first time i've ever written in 9/8, i think.