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glenn
Hi Guy's

This is my attempt at an entry for Pass the ball, but I think I've got a bit carried away (20 seconds worth). My question is, is it too long to be included, or, should I start the clip just before the ball enters the frame?


Glenn

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NancyGormezano
hee hee - This is a tough one - to shorten or not - as the characters preliminary actions have the viewer wondering what's going on, so that the eventual outcome is a BIG surprise. Made me laugh.

You could "purty up" the setting some. Or add some other elements to the scene? maybe?
TheSpleen
I liked it but....The ball needs to come from frame left I believe so all entries fit together?
kwhitaker
[excellent, sad and funny nice job
glenn
Thanks Nancy

I'm glad you got the joke, I was a bit worried it was to subtle.

QUOTE(NancyGormezano @ May 20 2009, 04:34 PM) *
You could "purty up" the setting some. Or add some other elements to the scene? maybe?


I maybe should add a nail brush to the scene, if your familiar with the Morph character from the 70's you'll know why.

Morph appeared on U.K. television in a program called "Vision on", he was a fore runner to Walace and Gromit, and he had a pet
nail brush!

Glenn
Paul Forwood
Ha! I like the ending! biggrin.gif

Morph was the British equivalent of Gumby. I don't know which came first.
nino banano
tongue.gif ha ha nice entry...
phatso
2 cents (pence?) worth:

Tighten it up by about 30% until the ball falls, leave the timing intact after that. Morph looks like he's moving in slo mo.
glenn
QUOTE(phatso @ May 24 2009, 04:05 PM) *
2 cents (pence?) worth:

Tighten it up by about 30% until the ball falls, leave the timing intact after that. Morph looks like he's moving in slo mo.


I concur, I thought there was something not quite right with that bit, just couldn't put my finger on it.

Ta Glenn
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