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some visual effects done on my free time, and some other for clients.
comments are welcome
This is a videoclip I did. I wanted to experiment some visual effects and try to make a good looking videoclip. The song is from a small local metal band called Shall Be Faded
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a beautiful visual effect
observe: the image is fixed! and yet one with the impression which it moves
This short film is a tribute/parody of all those special effect movies I grew up watching with over-the-top non-stop action. Some references in this film include Star Wars and Quantum Leap.
If you're like me, you enjoy explosions, gun fights, super powers, lightsabers, action sequences, and anything involving ILM and WETA. I hope you enjoy the visual effects in this film.
I'd love to make more of these, so if you have any feedback on what you'd like to see or what worked/didn't work, let me know.
Music by Mitchell Covington.
Directed/FX/Starring Jake Mathew
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