My one year anniversary on hitRECord was in September. It has taken me this long to put together my milestone tribute. I think it was worth it. My goal was to express gratitude for the site and the community and also explain why it means so much to me. Perhaps you will want to share this with friends and family who are not on hitRECord so they'll get a glimpse inside. A few notes:
Time -- This took me many hours to make, probably pushing triple digits, but I think it's particularly fascinating to factor in all of the time that the other artists invested into the RECords I REmixed. It must be thousands. How cool is that?
Gratitude -- I mentioned that I am very grateful for this site and for you all. I hope that I did not overlook any one at the mother ship in the homage sequence. My apologies if I did. I tried to get y'all in there! Also, a big shout out to tillycat for drawing my sidekick in this piece and spaceship for helping me find just the right music.
REsources -- There are 200+ RECords in the REsources. I tried to include REsources for REmixes but it's hard to dig so deep. Please let me know if I overlooked anyone. I know I missed a few. Also, the last 159 RECs are REmixed from my Christmas video and are tiny images flying through space. I can't guarantee that each one is visible but I did not want to leave anyone off the list. I'll be doing a REmix of that video soon, so you'll have another chance to see them.
Thank you for watching this short film. I hope you will enjoy it. I'm on Twitter @sethbang and I welcome you to subscribe to me here, too. You never know, I might do something else spiffy someday. Soon I will do one of those Q&A RECords that are so fun to read. I meant to do that today but I'm pooped.
Again by <3
November 22, 2013 - Kirkland, Washington, USA
I added the troubadour footage, Fixed some of the green screen and added a fun touch with portraits. I also fixed what I could with the audio. It can always be improved. Let me know if you have any ideas.
This is a showcase of some amazing art and wonderful photography that lands on the dark side of things, just the way I like it! The poem and editing is me. The wonderful music is from PASIV, I love this piece it's haunting. This is the second installment of what's become a series for me: The Horror. I don't think it's quite as creepy as Child's Play, but you tell me! Hope you enjoy. I dug up some old & new stuff in here, make sure you check these artists out!
This week I Re-REC:
Smudge http://www.hitrecord.org/records/915561 by Kualadog aka Ayala http://www.hitrecord.org/users/Kualadog I like how soft it appears and if I knew how to do to...
---YES!!! It finally uploaded!---
Feel free to remove my voice over. That being said I thought of the opening being Joe using a tagline of HitRECord cause you're not gonna want to miss this. Walking down the runway, pushing the button on the tv and walking through the screen with the photo montage following all of that. It's crude but it wasn't that quick for me to do. Open for suggestions, used Photoshop CS6 and Sony Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum 11.0 and Sony Sound Forge Audio Studio.
I hope I got all the citations.
Attempt 2 first attempt video disappeared. Feel free to remove my voice over. That being said I thought of the opening being Joe using a tagline of HitRECord cause you're not gonna want to miss ...
Here is how we propose to distribute the 2012 Partnership Profits to the Tiny Book of Tiny Stories, Vol. 2: STORIES.
The discussion for these Profit Proposals will be open to the community for 2 weeks. Please join the conversation by leaving a remark on the specific Profit Proposal by Wednesday, June 19th.
Thanks again to all of the Contributing Artists, and to both SONY and Levi's® for supporting our creative community!
NOTE: To best review these profit docs, please click "DOWNLOAD" in order to view them in high-resolution. :oD
Here's a comic-ish-style RegularJoe gif for the key-art collab!
I tried to make it as easy to colour in as possible and it should be transparent so it's easy to put on stuff, if desired.
when I saw MattReilly's photo with that brilliant red sky, I immediately thought it looked like the sea and really wanted to see what it would look like if I put a ship sailing through it. Perhaps someone can do it better, but I thought it was a cool idea.